The head of General Motors, on the hot seat over the automaker's recall of 2.6 million cars because of a faulty ignition switch, would have no problem with her son driving one of those vehicles. As ... more 
The head of General Motors, on the hot seat over the automaker's recall of 2.6 million cars because of a faulty ignition switch, would have no problem with her son driving one of those vehicles. As long as he has nothing else hanging from the key ring, that is. Barra said, "If you take all the keys off the ring, or use just the ignition key, our analysis is that it is safe to drive. less 
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