Believes effort will weaken vehicle safety rules
The Center for Auto Safety submitted comments to the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on its notice of regulatory review of several motor vehicle safety standards. The Center urged the DOT not to weaken or repeal regulations that protect drivers, passengers, and pedestrians, and create more benefits than costs.
According to the center, the DOT and NHTSA are reviewing regulatory policies on roof crush resistance, ejection mitigation, occupant crash protection, and electronic stability control systems for heavy vehicles.
“Where the benefits are greater than the costs, as they are for all of the