CBS Evening News for Thursday, Oct 13, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Detroit, Michigan) Trans. Department's new regulation requiring additional brake light on new autos examined; accident rate involved in rear-end collisions noted. [Trans. Secretary Elizabeth DOLE - announces new regulation.] Findings of studies on increased safety with use of new light outlined.] [Purdue Univ. spokesperson Tom SPARROW - cites need for current auto owners to respond to initiative.] General Motors' complaint about design impact recalled. [Ford spokesperson Roger MAUGH - cites design challenge.] Econs. involved noted.
REPORTER: Frank Currier
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