WASHINGTON – Auto industry watchdogs are getting a little too testy, warns Sue Cischke, Ford Motor Co. vice president-safety and environmental engineering. Sue Cischke “Manufacturers do want to improve the safety of their vehicles,” she tells the Society of Automotive Engineers’ government/industry meeting being held here. But too many tests will muddy the waters. “We see the number of tests growing,” Cischke says. “And that’s difficult because it is very confusing to ...
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