Why did it take U.S. automaker General Motors more than ten years to replace a part that has been blamed for the deaths of 13 people? Lawmakers who are demanding answers from GM say it's unacceptable. As VOA's Mil Arcega reports, however, an auto safety group says the delay exposes a major flaw in the recall system that puts Americans and anyone who drives an American car - at risk.
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