General Motors Co.
said Thursday it will cooperate with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's investigation into whether it recalled 1.62 million older cars for ignition switch problems in a timely fashion.
For the second time in three days, GM apologized for its handling of the defect that it investigated for nearly a decade that has been linked to 13 deaths and 31 crashes.
"We deeply regret the events that led to the recall and this investigation," GM said in a statement. "We intend to fully cooperate with NHTSA, and we welcome the opportunity to help the agency have a full understanding of the facts. Today’s GM is committed to learning from the past while embracing the highest standards now and in the future."Read Article