Take Action Publications Press Room About Public Citizen Public Citizen Divisions Home
Campaigning for safer, cleaner motor vehicles

JOIN US! |Take Action | Publications | About Auto Safety | Contact Us
Search

For Keyword(s)
advanced search

Email Signup

Sign up for our free activist updates.

Point-of-Sale Labeling

While federal and state regulations can go a long way toward protecting the auto buying public, an educated consumer can close the loop and truly make companies accountable for the safety of their vehicles. Some passenger vehicles are clearly safer than others, but safety information about specific vehicles can be difficult to obtain. Point-of-sale labeling would require auto manufacturers to label the safety of vehicles in the showroom, enabling consumers to compare the results of government and industry safety tests.   In September 2007, all new vehicles will be required to display the NCAP ratings at the point of sale. 

Visit our page here for more information about point-of-sale labeling.

 

    » autosafety | vehicles | info | pointofsale


Because Public Citizen does not accept funds from corporations, professional associations or government agencies, we can remain independent and follow the truth wherever it may lead. But that means we depend on the generosity of concerned citizens like you for the resources to fight on behalf of the public interest. If you would like to help us in our fight, click here.


Publications



Join | Contact PC | Contribute | Site Map | Careers/Internships| Privacy Statement