Jury out on crash-avoidance technologies, regulator says.
NEW YORK – A mandatory 5% cut in funding is not affecting the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. or its mission, Administrator David L. Strickland says. “All our programs will continue,” he tells WardsAuto at the 2013 World Traffic Safety Symposium held in conjunction with the recent New York auto show. Strickland insists the public won't be shortchanged because of the mandatory cuts in funding for federal agencies known as sequestration. Any safety issues, ...
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