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Car enthusiasts don’t tend to like regulations. They want emissions requirements that allow straight-piped manual diesel wagons. They prefer crash tests that rank somewhere near “3rd-grade spelling test” in terms of difficulty. And when you say side-impact, they’re not thinking about saved lives but rising beltlines. Everything they hate about cars, from the widening A-pillars to the ballooning curb weights, is a result of an NHTSA that’s too quick to mandate.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedauto news,cars,Global,global transportation,Global Transportation IT
Car enthusiasts don't tend to like regulations. They want emissions requirements that allow straight-piped manual diesel wagons. They prefer crash tests that rank somewhere near '3rd-grade spelling test' in terms of difficulty. And when you say side-impact, they're not thinking about saved lives but rising beltlines. Everything they hate...