.....is a recent move by the NHTSA that accuses Fiat-Chrysler of failing to report fatal accidents to the government. Why so?
Because in any sane world, and I believe even in the world we inhabit, cities, counties, and states would be required to report the vehicle make, year, and model (among other information) about each motor vehicle accident that comes to their attention to the NHTSA and the manufacturer. Hence there would be (is) no more need for automakers to report fatal accident data than for me to report my income to the IRS. It's data they already have.
Congratulations, U.S. government, for once again changing what ought to be an opportunity for peaceful collaboration into an occasion for conflict, lawsuits, evasion, and more.
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