BRIMLEY, MI – Continental-Teves is pushing its crash-avoidance agenda by endorsing Washington’s proposed "compromise" that will allow auto makers to select which tire pressure monitoring systems are best-suited to their products. "Here’s our take on the situation," says Joseph E. Gaus, vice president-electronic brake systems at Continental-Teves, N.A. "We believe that manufacturers should have the flexibility of offering whichever system – direct or indirect – works best for a particular ...
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