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Oct
9

Automakers Urge States to Continue Advancing Recall Completion Rates

WASHINGTON, DC — Working to even further boost use of the industry’s recently launched Batch VIN online search tool, www.freeautorecallsearch.org, automakers have written to the nation’s governors and state administrations/agencies encouraging them to use the service to reach drivers impacted by the Takata airbag recall. The Web portal allows commercial and governmental entities, among them […]

Oct
4

Alliance Statement on Updated AV Policy Guidance

Attributable to Alliance President and CEO Mitch Bainwol: Secretary Chao and the Department of Transportation should be commended for again spurring the development of innovative safety technologies, including self-driving vehicle technologies that hold great promise for our nation. The updated AV Policy Guidance (3.0) builds on previous guidance Secretary Chao released last September – which […]

Oct
1

Alliance Presentation at New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) Public Meeting

Much of the advanced technology on today’s cars and trucks is installed voluntarily by the Alliance’s twelve global automakers. NCAP has created greater consumer awareness that emphasizes and reinforces Alliance member’s commitment to the development of advanced safety technologies. Alliance members take pride in their contributions to the historic progress that has been made on […]

Oct
1

Alliance Statement on U.S. – Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement

While we still need to carefully review the text of this proposal, this is an encouraging development.  The North American auto industry needs to have all three countries included in the agreement to realize the benefits and goals of a new pact.  We have said all along that it is key that the United States, […]

Sep
28

Alliance comments on California’s Deemed to Comply provision on Proposed Amendments to the Low-Emission Vehicle III Greenhouse Gas Emission Regulation

The Alliance continues to actively support a single national program (EPA, NHTSA, and CARB) covering all fifty states that drives ongoing improvements in fuel economy and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The current One National Program (ONP) enables automakers to make predictable investments in a nationwide fleet of light-duty vehicles that advance, on a national scale, […]

Sep
27

Alliance Comments on Senate Finance Committee Hearing on Impact of Tariffs on the U.S. Automotive Industry

Chairman Hatch and Ranking Member Wyden, On behalf of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, I would like to thank you for holding a hearing on the potentially staggering implications of the Administration’s on-going 232 investigation concerning automobiles and auto parts. The Alliance is a trade association representing 12 automakers based both domestically and internationally. Combined, […]