The NHTSA standards cost auto companies millions of dollars to sell a car in the US, and the front side collision safety is far from being as good as the cars made under the UN regulations, which most, if not all the European nations use. Aside from safety issues, it gives the American consumer less choice, which is why the US market doesn't have that many fuel efficient hatchbacks, or diesels that could be easily converted to run on straight vegetable oil. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/new-ttip-scandal-car-industry-buried-report-revealing-us-car-safety-flaws-10514716.html
Auto Regulation Reform
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