Outgoing NHTSA administrator David Strickland is expected to announce the agency’s plans for vehicle-to-vehicle communications and automatic braking soon.
The IIHS just released its list of vehicles that earned its “Top Safety Pick +” and “Top Safety Pick” designations for the 2014 model year, marking a drastic reduction in the number of vehicles that qualify.
Honda and Acura leads all automakers with six vehicles in their lineup receiving the highest possible safety rating of Top Safety Pick+ from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
The 2014 Buick LaCrosse has earned a five-star safety score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
The pressure-sensing mat meant to determine whether the front passenger airbag will deploy is causing BMW to recall 76,565 vehicles in the U.S.
Kia’s 2014 Sedona minivan is one of the latest vehicles to earn a five-star crash safety rating.
Michelin North America has issued a recall on 1.2 million tires in the U.S., some of which were used as original equipment on Ford‘s full-sized vans.
The 2014 Infiniti Q50 sport sedan has been given top marks in safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
According to a recent survey by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), nearly half of drivers say speeding is a problem in the U.S.
Toyota and Lexus Financial Services have announced a new program that will take the pain out of unexpected wheel and tire damage.
Chrysler is recalling several vehicles because of a possible flaw with their automatic transmissions.
A call back that affected more than 186,000 Hyundai Elantras last March could expand by about another 52,000 units.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced new five-year traffic safety plan and guidelines for older drivers and passengers.
Chrysler is issuing a recall for certain Dodge Dart sedans because the airbags might not deploy properly.
Imagine being trapped in a burning building several stories above ground and escaping by climbing onto a ladder only to have the extended apparatus collapse on itself.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has formally requested detailed records from Tesla’s internal investigation on the Model S fire incidents.
The investigation into three Tesla Model S fires have concluded in Germany, with the German Federal Motor Transport Authority issuing a statement concluding that there were no manufacturer-related defects.
Volvo has always been known for safety innovations and is on the forefront of autonomous technology, and the brand has announced a project that will see 100 customers driving fully autonomous vehicles on public roads in 2017.
Lincoln has issued a recall for the MKZ Hybrid due to a transmission fault that could cause the car to roll away when it is parked.
Isuzu is recalling 8,816 SUVs spread across the 2003 Rodeo Sport, 2003 to 2004 Rodeo and Axiom because the forward mounting point for the lower link of the rear suspension might corrode.
BMW is breaking new ground with its i3 city car, but European crash test results might be a sign of problems to come.
The Maserati Ghibli has been named an IIHS “Top Safety Pick,” recording the best possible score of “good” on all four tests conducted.
Ford issued two new recalls related to the 2013 Escape today, marking the fourth and fifth call back to address fire problems since its introduction.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that it will be releasing new voluntary guidelines for smartphone integration with vehicles next year.