Auto industry has a record year (for safety fines)
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced today its cumulative list of fines and civil penalties against automakers.
The biggest — also revealed today — is a $70 million fine for Honda for failing to report 1,729 death and injury claims to the federal government.
Last year the NHTSA issued a total of $126 million in fines … the most ever.
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