The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration closed a pair of investigations into various Ford and GM vehicles. Continue Reading...
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General Motors, in the midst of a crisis regarding safety defects, is using every resource available to try and identify vehicle flaws as early as possible, even Twitter. Continue Reading...
A third-party audit has uncovered some revealing details about Honda’s safety reporting practices. Continue Reading...
The Mazda6 sedan is being recalled by the company because of a problem with the tire pressure monitoring system. Continue Reading...
Chrysler is promising to step up its efforts in repairing 1.6-million Jeep SUVs that have been recalled. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Subaru Impreza has been given top honors from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is getting stern with Chrysler. Continue Reading...
Toyota is calling back 423,000 Lexus vehicles in the U.S. to remedy fuel leaks. Continue Reading...
The State of Arizona has leveled a massive $3 billion lawsuit against General Motors, claiming the American car company hid safety defects from the public to avoid the cost of recalls. Continue Reading...
Honda wants to assure its customers that the airbags in the cars they drive are safe. Continue Reading...
Ford is calling back about 65,000 Fusion sedans over a programming issue. Continue Reading...
GM has pushed the deadline back for those looking to file claims under the faulty ignition-switch compensation program. Continue Reading...
Airbag supplier Takata has reportedly modified the compound used in its airbags. Continue Reading...
Nissan and Infiniti are the latest automakers to officially recall their vehicles for faulty airbags. Continue Reading...
Smoking in cars with children present will soon be illegal in the United Kingdom. Continue Reading...
The Honda Accord and Infiniti EX35 are under investigation for a possible steering issue. Continue Reading...
General Motors ordered more than 500,000 replacement ignition switches six weeks before it publicly announced its infamous recall campaign. Continue Reading...
The details surrounding the massive Takata airbag recall are coming to light. Continue Reading...
Things keep getting safer for children. In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) latest round of booster-seat tests 27 newly designed chairs were rated “Best Bet,” the top score available. Continue Reading...
Twenty-fourteen must be the year of the recall. Takata’s massive airbag foible is causing much grief, GM’s ignition fiasco drags on and in addition to all of this there have been myriad smaller safety actions. Adding to the tally, Ford just announced five callbacks. Continue Reading...
In an effort to address a quality issue with hood-latches, Porsche is conducting a voluntary recall of 1,382 Boxster, Cayman and 911 models sold in the US. Continue Reading...
U.S. safety regulators are ordering airbag maker Takata to answer questions related to its massive recall. Continue Reading...
Sometimes safety takes a back seat to horsepower, vehicle design and luxury amenities but when you’re in a crash it’s really the only thing that matters. Continue Reading...
Crash tests will include dummies in the future that are designed to simulate the effects of a collision on obese people. Continue Reading...