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Transportation Regulators To Probe Safety Of Stretch Limos

Posted on September 17, 2015

The National Transportation Safety Board said Sept. 17 it will investigate some limousine accidents, something it has rarely done, after a lawmaker and others questioned the safety of some of the vehicles that are modified into so-called "stretch" limousines.

Associated Press article via ABC News here

Related Topics: accidents, fatalities, federal regulations, limo crashes, National Transportation Safety Board, passenger safety, stretch limousine, vehicle safety

Comments ( 2 )
  • Gavin

     | about 4 years ago

    Agree why would you even consider doing a U turn in a stretch. I own a 8.7mtr stretch and no way in hell would I even think about doing a U Turn in it.

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