USA: GM and Ford make stability-related changes to 15-passenger vans - report
General Motors will begin selling 15-passenger vans next month with standard stabilising equipment, which the car maker says will increase the safety of a vehicle that the federal government contends has a significant roll-over risk, Associated Press (AP) reported. Meanwhile, AP added, Ford, which also makes 15-passenger vans, said it will begin affixing rollover-warning labels on new models of the van, similar to warnings on the company's sport utility vehicles.
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