Anger over new safety rules for cars.

WASHINGTON - The U.S. government is expected as early as this week to require that stability control systems be standard in new cars to help prevent rollover and other crashes, but safety groups worry the measure will not be tough enough. Safety interests and other industry sources expect the Transportation Department rule to require a remedy that does not even meet steps domestic and overseas automakers have already adopted, especially for a large part of the fleet with the highest rollover risk. These models include sport utility vehicles.

Anger over new safety rules for cars.
xcel, Apr 1, 2007
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