EAST LIBERTY, OH – When the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. releases the first batch of vehicle ratings based on its new rollover test, they may not reflect optimum vehicle performance. Continental Teves President and CEO Bill Kozyra. Jeffrey Runge, NHTSA administrator, reveals that take rates will determine whether or not the agency tests a vehicle equipped with electronic stability control (ESC). If the technology is an option, but that option is not popular, the ...

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