Carbon Monoxide Conundra
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CO Conundra of NHTSA

GIVEN that NHTSA has known since 1991 when it first studied this issue that both suicides and unintentional deaths caused by CO poisoning from motor vehicles could be prevented with a CO detector linked to an engine cut-off switch costing less than $12 per vehicle ...

WHY has NHTSA done nothing about this issue since 1991 as over 15,000 more people have died? 

WHY did it take 5 years to reject a petition filed in 2001 asking that all vehicles be required to have a CO detector with an engine cut-off switch?
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