FRANKFURT – Continental Teves Inc. is looking to the U.S. government for a little help in promoting its Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system. The supplier is pushing for more advocacy from federal regulators, such as the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin., when it comes to technologies such as ESC, Philip Headley, Continental Teves North America chief engineer-advanced technologies, says at an event here to introduce new safety technology. Lincoln LS’ stability control comes ...

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