USA: GM drops SUV rollover warning labels
GM has stopped putting federal rollover warning labels on midsize sport-utility vehicles that it has just launched, according to USA Today. The newspaper reports that the step has been taken to make GM's SUVs 'seem safer and sell faster'. GM argues that its 2002 model SUVs are long enough to escape the warning requirement. On the letter of the law that is true, but GM's policy departs from the line that other makers are adopting.
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