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Mercedes Benz getting a head start when the first debuts of the north American international Auto Show which kicked into high gear Monday looking dude rainn critical acclaim I'm totally , there are dark wild , there have been , and out of every , General Motors had the ignition switch problem here in the west , Asia MasterCard airbags and then out of Europe we have the Volkswagen mission jammed all credibility issues that can't be ignored in a week also filled with a lot of partying worse correspondent David Jefferson was at an event hosted by Volkswagen lot of it doubly like let the good times will let you know that you know came out he got there and answer questions for an hour and really didn't duck anything ballplayer and one message we want to thank you they're not leaving you at what is going to take the auto industry more than apologies commitment pledges and starting a new model while that may encourage loyal consumers to overlook transgressions and stick to a grand that's not the case with regulators were coming down hard it is costing a lot more aggressive behavior the part of regulators , once when the head of Volkswagen leaves the Auto Show to meet with the regulators in Washington , again when the head of the national highway traffic safety administration comes to Detroit to address executives showing off their new product