Underwriters Laboratories (UL), the U.S. company responsible for developing product safety tests, is revamping the lithium-ion battery standards.
General Motors is issuing a recall on 193,652 SUVs for a possible short in a circuit board that could potentially cause a fire.
Chrysler announced its sixth recall over the last two weeks on Thursday. The most recent involved a software glitch on over 1,200 Ram pickup trucks from the 2013 model year.
As automakers search for ways to make in-car connectivity safer for drivers, more vehicles are coming equipped with voice-to-text features, though AAA doesn’t agree that these systems are making our cars safer.
According to a recent study conducted by Penn Schoen Berland and commissioned by Ford, the summer months are the most dangerous for teen drivers.
Chrysler issued a recall today for 14,800 Dodge Darts concerning issues with the powertrain control module that may cause the car to stall.
It appears that scaring drivers in bathrooms is the new “in” thing, as the UK Department of Transport has launched a new campaign called “Pub Loo Shocker” to remind drivers drinking and driving could lead to fatal accidents.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that an investigation into brake light issues on 2005 and 2006 Pontiac G6s has been upgraded to an engineering analysis.
Government safety regulators are launching an investigation into 320,000 Honda Odyssey minivans after complaints that the airbags have been deploying without a crash.
According to recent study released by the National Coalition for Safer Roads (NCSR) and FocusDriven, an estimated 7,336,696 red-light infractions occurred last year due to distracted driving.
We’ve all experienced stressful drives in our lives, but just how stressful can driving be?
Buick announced today that it will offer a suite of active safety systems across its entire lineup.
Airbags and power steering problems are at the center of a recall involving more than 620,000 recent Jeep models.
In an attempt to remind women in Mexico that putting on makeup while driving is dangerous, MINI has released a video that gave a few women quite a few surprises.
Toyota has announced a recall of 87,000 Prius and Lexus HS250h models from the 2010 model year.
Chrysler said today that it does not intend to call-back roughly 2.7 million vehicles to make repairs despite the government requesting a recall.
Depending on the results of a government probe, General Motors might find an old recall campaign expanding exponentially.
U.S. auto safety regulators are still hesitant about self driving cars being allowed beyond the experimental phase.
A Chevrolet Volt owner is claiming to have experienced unintended acceleration during highway driving in his range-extended electric car.
The third video from the “Inside IIHS” series has been released, with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety giving us a look at how it determines the roof strength of vehicles.
Volvo’s City Safety auto brake system has revolutionized car safety since its introduction in 2008 and the Swedish automaker is looking to make a series of updates to help stay at the forefront of collision avoidance tech.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released a study that shows younger women are far more likely to die than men in an equivalent car crash.
Nissan Motor Co. is recalling about 841,000 vehicles worldwide to deal with a steering wheel issue that can cause vehicles to lose steering control.
Automakers and auto dealerships are opposing a bill that would require rental car companies to prohibit renting of recalled vehicles until they are repaired.