Stronger Truck Guards Proposed to Cut Rear-Impact Deaths

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  • NHTSA calls for trailer devices that hold up in 35 mph crashes
  • Insurance industry, crash victims had petitioned for change

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is proposing that trucking companies be required to install stronger guards on their trailers to reduce deaths caused when cars rear-end tractor trailers.

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