The head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. does not have a bias against SUVs, he tells the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. But NHTSA Administrator Jeffrey Runge, who was smeared with the anti-SUV tag last month for a remark he made to reporters in Dearborn, does have a predisposition against vehicles that fare poorly in the agency’s rollover ratings. Runge supports voluntary action by auto makers in safety-improvement push. “Did you ...
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