A former Takata engineer has confirmed that he is willing to testify against the company. Continue Reading...
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All of that safety technology that is being installed in new cars is working. Continue Reading...
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has handed out its top safety award to nearly double the amount of vehicles compared to last year. Continue Reading...
2014 will likely be remembered as the year of the recall in the automotive industry. Continue Reading...
Deaths caused by car accidents could become a thing of the past. Continue Reading...
Volvo’s new XC90 will be able to park itself or help its driver maneuver into a tight space more easily. Continue Reading...
In the wake of GM’s massive 2014 recall campaign, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has asked independent consultants to take a look at how his company approaches safety. Continue Reading...
Are you strapping the kids in properly? Is their car seat correctly secured? Continue Reading...
Would you want to know if the government listed your car among the 10 most likely models to be stolen? Continue Reading...
In the latest Status Report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the institute touches on the subject that safety isn’t a global standard and that some regions lag behind the U.S., Europe, and Australia in protecting people in crashes. Continue Reading...
Despite smaller, lighter cars being safer than they used to be, bigger and heavier vehicles still offer more protection in crashes. Continue Reading...
A survey conducted by the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) has revealed that 13 percent of vehicles on the road today have at least one bald tire. Continue Reading...
From in-car technology to turbocharging, there is perhaps no other trend that’s fundamentally changing new cars more than the move to dramatically reduce the weight of modern vehicles. Continue Reading...
The United States Department of Transportation just released data suggesting an overwhelming majority of drivers who experience connected vehicle technology respond to it favorably and perceive it as an important safety measure. Continue Reading...
This probably doesn’t come to as a surprise to many – since we’re all guilty of it – but Consumer Reports has taken a poll that reveals 40-percent of American car owners will delay the maintenance of their vehicle due to finances. More eye-opening is the fact that younger drivers, 18-34 years of age, tend… Continue Reading...
In recent years, the number of cars in Latin America homes has grown exponentially. To take advantage of this growing market, car companies are offering cheap models to attract more customers into their showrooms. Some of Latin America’s best selling cars pose high risks of life-threatening injuries and are considered to be two decades behind… Continue Reading...
What do teens know about car maintenance and safety? Bendix Brakes took to the streets to find out and as it turns out, teens don’t know much about these subjects. Bendix Brakes decided to put together a few fun videos aimed at educating teen drivers about the cars they’re driving. This comes after the company… Continue Reading...
We all know that obesity has an adverse effect on our health, but did you know that is also has a detrimental effect on fuel economy and car safety? Those are the findings coming out of a new report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). General findings from this new report… Continue Reading...
Pop quiz: What does the symbol above – found on the dashboard of cars and trucks made after 2008 – stand for? A) Warning: big hips ahead B) Yikes! Have you put on weight? C) Oh no! Your big mug is empty D) Danger! A viking helmet is heading right for you! Actually, it’s none… Continue Reading...