DETROIT -- General Motors Corp. wants to shed more light on the subject of motor vehicle safety. The auto maker confirms here See related story that it is asking the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. to mandate daytime running lamps on all new vehicles sold in the U.S. Referring to independent research indicating GM customers have avoided 17,000 crashes since it began implementing DRLs across its product lineup in 1995, the auto maker files a petition in Washington to require the ...
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