Judge rules GM doesn't have to give parking order


A federal judge in Texas rules that General Motors (GM) doesn't have to instruct owners of cars falling under the ignition switch recall to park their vehicles until they are fixed.

The automaker will work with federal regulators on how the recall will precede.

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  • Philip Marlowe
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    proceed.
    17 Apr 2014, 01:08 PM Reply Like
  • funfundvierzig
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    In the meantime, millions of Chevy CoBALK drivers do not know whether or not a permanent passenger is riding with them, namely the Grim Reaper. …funfun..
    17 Apr 2014, 01:50 PM Reply Like
  • dmc7553
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    People should learn how to react when a car stalls while driving. What happens if it runs out of gas as you are driving down the highway? Other than the the airbag being able to deploy, the consequences and outcome would have been the same. Engine shuts down, power steering don't work and power brakes don't work. I'm not in any way sticking up for how GM handled this issue, but I'm just saying that there are a lot of things that can make a car stall while driving and the driver needs to be prepared to not panic but to guide it off to the side of the road and stop without crashing.
    17 Apr 2014, 03:14 PM Reply Like
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