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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief David Strickland says he has no time frame for finalizing delayed rear-visibility rules that would require automakers to install back-up cameras in all new vehicles.

“We want to make sure we get it right,” Strickland said last week after a forum in New York, echoing comments he has made for months on the regulation.

Congress approved legislation in 2007 requiring the government to set rear-visibility rules by early 2011, but Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood has repeatedly exercised his power to delay the rule. The department didn’t make its last self-imposed deadline set for Dec. 31, and hasn’t set a new deadline.

 


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