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LEGAL UPDATE: Sean Petersen, NIADA senior vice president of legal and governmental affairs, talks about recent legal issues affecting independent dealers.  One change in Nevada regulates the use of starter-interrupt and GPS devices.

NHTSA Seeks Applications for Recall Program

NHTSA Seeks Applications for Recall Program Featured

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a solicitation for applications for a pilot recall notification program required under the FAST Act.
The FAST Act requires that NHTSA implement a two-year pilot grant program with up to six states to evaluate the feasibility and effectiveness of a state process for informing consumers of open motor vehicle recalls at the time of motor vehicle registration. A successful program will increase awareness of motor vehicle safety defects, improving safety on a state’s roads. States have up to 60 days to submit an application for a grant.

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