Calling NHTSA a “consulting firm for Detroit,” pioneer auto safety advocate Ralph Nader refocuses his attention on the auto industry. Nader argues that automakers have suppressed technological advances by suppliers. In 1965, Nader’s book “Unsafe at Any Speed” led to congressional hearings and federal safety laws.
In 1965, Nader shook up auto industry w/ book “Unsafe at Any Speed”
Led to congressional hearings, federal safety laws