DETROIT – General Motors Corp. Thursday (Dec. 20) is expected to ask the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. to mandate daytime running lights (DRLs) on all light vehicles. GM will release results of a study that advocates the use of DRLs in order to promote highway safety as part of its proposal to NHTSA, sources say. GM already is installing DRLs on its car and truck models as standard equipment. The devices are required in some countries, including Canada and Sweden. Some import ...
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