Read this . . .if you drive a Subaru


Subaru became the second Japanese manufacturer to admit it had not been following proper car inspection procedures during the manufacturing process, Reuters reports. The automaker said it had permitted uncertified technicians to conduct final inspections required by Japanese transport ministry regulations at its main Gunma plant for over 30 years. The vehicles affected are all believed to have been manufactured for the Japanese domestic market.

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