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Senate Hearing On Hyundai, Kia Engine Fires Postponed
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8 Nov 2018 05:58 PM EST

The Senate Commerce Committee said a hearing planned for Nov. 14 on reports of engine fires involving Hyundai and Kia vehicles was on hold. But the hearing could be rescheduled for a future date. Last month, the committee invited the U.S. chief executives of the two Korean automakers after safety advocates raised concerns about fires in vehicles not involved in collisions. The Center for Auto Safety said last month 103 fire complaints had been filed with U.S. safety regulators since June 12. The organization urged an immediate recall of nearly 3 million vehicles. Hyundai and Kia both said they had cooperated with Senate Committee staff on the issue and NHTSA in its ongoing investigation.

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