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Friday, September 24, 2004

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The government's auto safety agency is backing off a plan to make public information on vehicle-related deaths and injuries, pending a court ruling on exactly what data should be disclosed.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said this spring it would complete its early warning system by Oct. 1 and release much of the data to the public. The system, demanded by Congress following the 2000 recall of Firestone tires, requires automakers and others to submit data on deaths, injuries, consumer complaints, property damage and warranty claims.

NHTSA AGREED TO KEEP WARRANTY CLAIMS AND CONSUMER COMPLAINTS CONFIDENTIAL AFTER AUTOMAKERS SAID RELEASING THAT DATA COULD HARM COMPETITION…






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