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With last week’s release of a devastating internal investigation, General Motors General Motors sought to put a shameful, decade-long safety failure behind it, and begin the difficult job of restoring its reputation. Investors seemed comforted that the worst is behind the company, and after a temporary drop, GM shares recovered the next day. Lost amid the mea culpas, however, is the fact that the vast majority of the 2.2 million cars recalled in the U.S. still haven’t been fixed, and are being driven every day on American roads, posing a potential life-threatening danger to their owners, passengers and other motorists. Almost 64,000 drivers have opted to drive a loaner car provided by GM rather than risk driving their recalled vehicle until they can get their car fixed. That leaves about 2 million un-repaired cars still tooling around U.S. roads.



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