The Volt fire saga continues as safety concerns rise across the market

In the latest update on the fallout over General Motor's (GM) Volt fire (see the Nov 23, 2011 LREVJ), the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA) has opened a formal defect safety investigation of GM Volt vehicles involved in serious crashes. GM, for its part, is taking extraordi...

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