Making Car Power Windows Safer In an effort to reduce the 1,943 injuries and six deaths that annually occur from power windows closing on passengers, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is considering rules mandating auto-reverse systems for power windows. Studies estimate that it would cost $6 per window to add such a feature, which seems like a pretty good deal. [Consumer Reports Cars]
By alexchasick November 9, 2009
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