Washington DC - US auto safety regulators have announced that they will hold a public hearing on whether Fiat Chrysler failed to fix defects in 20 recalls over the past two years.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration head Mark Rosekind said “significant questions have been raised” as to whether the automaker was meeting its obligations for recall repairs.
“It is not enough to identify defects. Manufacturers have to fix them,” he said.
Fiat Chrysler representatives will testify at a hearing on 2 July about recalls carried out between 2013 and 2015. Other witnesses will include US safety regulators and consumers.