WASHINGTON, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. government proposed on Tuesday that all displays and control panel indicators inside new motor vehicles adhere to an internationally recognized set of symbols. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration considered the change several years ago but retreated because of little public or industry support. But regulators now argue that standardizing warning lights and other display signals should be required because cars are more sophisticated ...
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