Feds Extend Oversight of GM After Ignition-Switch Recalls | Edmunds.com

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it will continue to extend federal oversight of General Motors' review, decision-making and communications about potential vehicle safety issues for another year.

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  • brenrobrenro Member Posts: 38
    $35 million for 104 deaths when it's been proven GM knew about the defect all along. Meanwhile Toyota pays $1.2 billion for 89 deaths even after the NHTSA with NASA's help finds there is no mechanical defect with their cars. Yeah, I feel reassured.
  • kokomojoekokomojoe Member Posts: 150
    Why haven't the Executives from the past been charged with a crimes.
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    "Justice Department investigators have identified criminal wrongdoing in General Motors’ failure to disclose a defect tied to at least 104 deaths, and are negotiating what is expected to be a record penalty, according to people briefed on the inquiry.

    A settlement could be reached as soon as this summer."

    G.M. Inquiry Said to Find Criminal Wrongdoing (NY Times)
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