NEW YORK – The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.’s short-term vehicle safety target seeks to reduce the impact of crashes on drivers who are over 65 years of age, Adminstrator Nicole Nason says. The need for regulations aimed at reducing knee, upper leg and thigh injuries is growing due to the aging Baby Boomer population, Nason tells Ward’s at the World Traffic Safety Symposium here. “We need to find what can be done to reduce those injuries,” she says, adding NHTSA’s longer-term ...

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