The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. says another 29 deaths have been linked to faulty Firestone tires, bringing the total number of fatalities related to tread separations and blowouts to 148. NHTSA says five of the newly reported deaths involved models of tires not covered by the August recall but included in a September NHTSA consumer warning. • Falling U.S. sales in November prompt General Motors Corp. to cut finance rates on its minivans to compete with lower rates being ...
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