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SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. auto safety regulator announced on Tuesday its first-ever whistleblower award, handing out more than $24 million to a former Hyundai Motor Co employee who provided key information about safety lapses at the South Korean carmaker. The award to former Hyundai Motor engineer Kim Gwang-ho is the biggest ever in a whistleblower case in the auto sector globally, according to law firm Constantine Cannon, which represented the whistleblower. It comes as the U.S. regulator, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and the U.S. Department of Transportation prepare to propose regulations related to an automotive whistleblower program Congress created in 2015.
originally posted by: Mandroid7
Op, have you read the infrastructure bill yet?
These are the politically driven dbags that are enforcing the new law hidden in the infrastructure bill seemingly intended to crash the auto industry.
I'd be suspicious.
Breathalyzers will be required on all new vehicles.
...probably for remote shutdown of your engine, while claiming save the children.