By John Crawley WASHINGTON, April 28 (Reuters) - The U.S. government's crash test program for measuring auto safety is in danger of becoming irrelevant as passenger vehicles get bigger, congressional investigators said on Thursday. While the Government Accountability Office found federally run crash tests have prompted design changes over the years, the 27-year-old program is at a crossroads. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration analyzes vehicles that are expected to have ...
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