NHTSA – Automated Vehicle Operational Guidance Public Meeting

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Date: April 27, 2016
Location:
The CARS Facilities at Stanford University

Registration is required to attend and to make oral remarks.
Please note that slide presentation facilities will not be available.

Agenda times are Pacific
8 – 9 a.m.
Arrival/Check-In
9 a.m. – Noon
Morning Public Session
Noon – 1 p.m.
Lunch Break
Attendees are welcome to bring lunch. Note: the nearest places to purchase food are a 10-minute walk (approx.) from the meeting venue.
1 – 4 p.m.
Afternoon Public Session
4 p.m.
Adjourn

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  • I have a 2015 Ford Explorer with less than 6,300 miles and it doesn't matter what setting the A/C is on, I get the smell and odor no matter.  The remedy is to open the windows wide and evacuate the gas.  I pity the owner who tows a trailer and hits high revs on a regular basis, you're basically going to pass out and die if this isn't fixed. 
    The exhaust comes into the cabin when you accelerate over 3500 rpms and is very strong.  Ford has worked on our SUV four times with no results and I personally support out local Ford service they are actually working with us and trying to help us.  This is an engineering nightmare for both the customer and the service departments who have to work on this time and time again. 
    I filed a BBB lemon law complaint and frankly expect no remedy from Ford.  They will keep trying to "fix" the problem until the warranty runs out or I get so frustrated I just give up.  Only 154 Explorer owners have complained so this won't get any attention until someone crashes into the Ford headquarters or the NHTSA building after passing out from the CO fumes before anything is done.  Especially now that Ford has Trumps ear…There goes highway and vehicle safety!!

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