DETROIT – With all the recent talk about SUV safety, consumers likely would benefit from a better knowledge of stability control systems. The question remains: Who should inform the public of this information – suppliers or the OEMs who purchase the technology from them? Public needs information about technologies such as stability control systems. While suppliers have a certain responsibility, it is to their OEM customers, not the public by and large, says Doug Patton, senior ...
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