The Evenflo Embrace 35 child-safety seat has been recalled.
Yesterday we reported about Audi’s A4 recall, which affects some 850,000 cars worldwide. Today we know what the impact is here in the United States.
The 2015 Chrysler 200 continues to excel at crash tests.
Another day, another airbag recall and this time Audi’s taking the heat but not for the reason you probably expect.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has expanded its recall of faulty airbags.
Like an addendum to Murphy’s Law, the unforeseen tends to happen when you least expect it; misfortune is like a lot like a combination ninja/cat burglar/stealth bomber. Glance away for a split second and BAM, something bad happens.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants to reiterate how important the recent airbag recall is.
Toyota is conducting a supplemental recall of some 247,000 vehicles to correct a potential airbag issue.
The state of Virginia is getting serious about the safety of its roadways.
Ford announced its first recall of the sixth-generation Mustang today.
Honda has brought on a third party to look at whether or not it under reported fatality and injury claims to the U.S. government.
Chrysler is recalling over 900,000 vehicles worldwide because of defects that could cause fires.
Toyota has announced another massive recall.
The GM compensation fund has approved more death claims related to the ignition switch recall.
Do you own an Acura RLX sedan or an MDX crossover? If so you may want to be on the lookout for a notification from Honda. The company is recalling some 43,000 of these vehicles to fix potentially defective seat belts.
Nissan has issued a recall for 238,000 Altima sedans worldwide due to a faulty secondary hood latch.
Today Chrysler announced that it will recall roughly 22,100 small cargo vans because the side airbags could inadvertently deploy.
The SRT Viper is being recalled because of a potential flaw with its air bag sensor.
A trio of Ford vehicles are under investigation for a steering issue.
General Motors added another 60,575 vehicles to its mountain of recalls over the weekend.
A trio of luxury midsized sedans has been tested by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the results are a mixed bag.
The Toyota unintended acceleration saga could have a new chapter.
Chrysler’s recent recall might just be the start of something bigger.
Ford announced a recall campaign today that will affect approximately 850,050 vehicles.