HOUSTON (FOX 26) - The government wants more people to complain about their cars.
The proposal comes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations, or NHTSA.
The suggested rule involves the passenger side visor. NHTSA want automakers to put labels on the passenger side of all new cars with instructions on how to file a safety complaint.
NHTSA uses consumer safety complaints to initiate investigations which can lead to recalls, such as the one's we've seen with the Takata Airbags.
But if consumers don't file safety complaints, then NHTSA will never know the vehicle is having issues.
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