There are plenty of cars that get great fuel economy. But Americans don’t buy them. Every single car comes with the greatest safety feature ever invented. But many Americans never use it. Yeah, I know that auto makers bear a lot of the responsibility for how their products perform. But so should the people who buy and operate them. Yet regulators, plaintiff attorneys and safety advocates rarely ask the public to use less fuel or behave more responsibly. No, of course not. It’s far ...
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