U.S. says tire pressure errors boost van roll risk


WASHINGTON, May 26 (Reuters) - Large passenger vans are more likely to have improperly inflated tires, making the vehicles even more susceptible to rollover accidents, U.S. regulators said on Thursday. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said a new study found that 15-passenger vans are nearly twice as likely as passenger cars to have mis-inflated tires and it urged van drivers to check tire pressure frequently. The 15-passenger vans at issue are made only by General ...

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