NHTSA Pushing For Standardized Keyless Ignition For Quicker Vehicle Shutoff

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NHTSA Pushing For Standardized Keyless Ignition For Quicker Vehicle Shutoff
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The National Highway Safety Traffic Administration (NHTSA) is pushing for a new rule that will standardized the time it takes for keyless ignitions to shutoff a vehicle to avoid accidents of unintended acceleration following the aftermath of Toyota‘s record recalls. The accident that started Toyota’s recalls involved a 2009 Lexus ES350 that filled four people… Continue Reading...

Keyless Ignitions Could Become Mandatory, Or Banned, Depending On NHTSAs Whims

Keyless Ignitions Could Become Mandatory, Or Banned, Depending On NHTSAs Whims
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating the possibility of making keyless ignitions a mandatory item for cars, as a means of providing drivers with a way to shut off the engine quickly in case of emergencies. NHTSA is also considering banning the devices altogether, and mandating the use of a physical key, since… Continue Reading...