The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. for the first time makes available reams of vehicle-crash data from U.S. auto makers, an action tracing back to the tire debacle between Ford Motor Co. and Bridgestone Firestone North American Tire LLC eight years ago. NHTSA calls the data “Early Warning Report” information, which launched yesterday on the regulator’s website. The information comes from reports auto makers must submit to NHTSA on a quarterly basis, as mandated by ...

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