Parts are on the way to repair the roughly 2.6 million vehicles affected by GM’s ignition switch recall.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has opened an investigation on the Chevrolet Impala.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has closed its safety probe on the 2004-2007 Saturn Ion.
Volkswagen has recalled over 26,000 vehicles for a possible fire hazard.
Always known for its safety, Volvo is broadening its horizons by trying to make parents’ lives easier.
If you own a 2012 or 2013 VW Passat, there’s a good chance that your car’s headlights will fail.
BMW will call back a long list of vehicles because of a problem with its “VANOS” variable camshaft timing.
It’s only April and over 13 million vehicles have already been recalled. Here’s what you need to do to if yours is one of them.
GM’s ongoing ignition switch scandal has left it with more than a bit of egg on the face; try an entire omelet.
Two General Motors engineers are being put on paid leave as the company continues its internal ignition switch investigation.
Today, Toyota announced a spate of recalls that affect 6.4 million vehicles across the globe.
The Ford Transit Connect Wagon is as safe as can be, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Toyota has announced a wide range of recalls affecting 6.39 million vehicles including 2.34 million in North America.
The highly controverisal recall campaign that put General Motors in an unpleasant spotlight begins this week.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched its national campaign to fight distracted driving.
Honda, Kia and Mazda have something particularly regrettable in common today.
The latest battery of IIHS crash tests underscores the fact that three-row family haulers aren’t necessarily safe in a crash.
If you own an Evenflo child seat, you may want to double check to see if it’s included in a recent recall.
Mazda’s fuel-saving i-ELOOP technology is causing trouble and needs to be tweaked so the company is calling back vehicles outfitted with it.
Nearly 2.6-million GM owners worldwide might be told to park their vehicles until they’re fixed due to a recent recall.
Chrysler has announced a recall of nearly 900,000 SUVs in order to better protect each vehicle’s brake booster from corrosion.
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and Tesla are hoping to be allowed to leave side-view mirrors behind.
As if fire risks and faulty ignition switches weren’t enough, General Motors is now calling back more cars for a completely separate issue.
Customers currently have the option to spring for a backup camera on their new car purchase, but that decision is being taken away from them.