DETROIT – General Motors Corp. is going to re-launch its SenseAble Driving campaign this summer in several eastern states after the program was largely ignored following its debut last year. "People really changed their focus after Sept. 11," says a GM spokeswoman. "We lost our momentum. (State agencies) focused on driver identification issues." GM launched SenseAble Driving in March 2001, at Michigan’s 178 Secretary of State offices. The multifaceted driver education ...
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