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Car news | 19.06.2014 - 21:26

NHTSA stops $7,000 daily Fine on General Motors

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) stops $7,000 daily fine on GM.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) stops $7,000 daily fine on GM. The federal regulators now think that all the reports and documents provided by the manufacturer are now in compliance with the NHTSA's requirements.


The thing is that the automaker had to pay a daily $7,000 fine for not submitting certain reports in time. The NHTSA requested the detailed answers of 107 questions concerning the ignition switch issue. The deadline was April 3. Then, according to the NHTSA, the manufacturer has left about a third of the questions unanswered. Hence, the federal regulators decided to set a daily fine on GM for not completing their work in an orderly manner.


Now, the automaker will not have to pay those daily fines, as it already sent a 325-page report of the issue to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The report was made by Anton Valukas and it seemed to be sufficient for the government agency.


It should be noted that General Motors has added another 3 million vehicles to the existing recall. If you want to learn more about it, visit here.


If you want to get more safety-recall news and updates, you can regularly visit the blog of The Margarian Law Firm. As for legal help concerning your defective or Lemon vehicle, you can contact Hovanes Margarian and get a free case evaluation. Mr. Margarian works on a contingency fee basis which means that you do not have to pay the attorney’s fees to the attorney for the legal help. All the money will be collected from the manufacturer if your attorney wins the case for you. If the case is not won, this time, again, you will not have to pay any money to anybody.



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