General Motors Corp. says it will install vehicle stability-enhancement systems on its GMC Savana and Chevrolet Express 15-passenger vans beginning in the ’04 model year. GM says it will make its StabiliTrak system standard, incorporating it as an interim change during the ’04 production year, commencing later this summer. “While vehicle stability enhancement systems do not directly prevent rollover crashes, they may help drivers avoid the conditions that cause them,” says Robert C. ...

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