The division of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is splitting into two, with the new division headed by deputy commissioner Mark Wiederhammer taking the reins for the remainder of the 2020s.
Wiedermuth told the Washington Post he is “happy with the work” that the new office has done so far, but is not satisfied with its results.
“There are certainly some areas that we need to address,” he said.
“But we have been able to achieve good results with the team that we have, and I’m proud of them.
But the next three years, the next four years, we’ll have to evaluate and see what’s going to be the best fit for us.”
“I’ve spent most of my career here, and it’s been my privilege and privilege to be a part of this incredible organization,” Wiederman said, adding that the division is “the envy of the nation.”
Wiedemuth, who was born in Nevada and raised in California, took over the reins of the NHTSA from John Deere last November.
“NHTSC’s mission is to protect the nation’s roads and bridges, and the division has done that, and continues to do so, with a focus on preventing, detecting, and preventing accidents,” NHTSC spokeswoman Karen Mascarenhas said in a statement.
“While the division’s work has been extensive, and is continuing in many parts of the country, the division will not be able to maintain this level of performance if its staff are not adequately trained, properly equipped, and able to support the division at all times.”
NHTSS has been conducting its own study into the division, and Wiederguth’s comments were first reported by the New York Times.
“I have worked at NHTSD for over 20 years,” Wiesemuth said in the statement.
“[Wiedermouth] has shown an understanding of the importance of the safety of the highway and the safety and security of all Americans.
I am proud to serve with him.”
Wiesermuth’s tenure in the NHTS will be one of the longest in the history of the division.
“Our division is working very hard, but this is just the beginning,” he told the Post.
“We need to get better at getting the right people, and then we will be able for us to achieve the best results.”
The division has been involved in a number of accidents, including one in which a truck was rear-ended by a trucker attempting to drive through a deer gate.
The driver was cited, but no charges were brought.
The division also has been embroiled in the recent investigation into a possible traffic fatality in which two officers were injured after the officer involved was hit by a car.
Wiesemeuth told ABC News that the department is in the process of reviewing all incidents in which an officer was injured and is reviewing the video from the crash.
He also said the division hopes to complete a report on how the department handled the shooting of a pedestrian in May.
Wieermuth will remain on the Nhts.
for the foreseeable future, and will have the option to resign from his position at the end of the year.
He is currently a director at the NHCPS.