NHTSA Closes Chevy Volt Fire Probe

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NHTSA Closes Chevy Volt Fire Probe
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After an extensive two-month investigation into the Chevrolet Volt’s fire related incidents, the U.S. safety regulators of the National Transportation Safety Administration have announced that the case is closed. The conclusion: the Volt’s plug-in hybrid battery pack does not pose a significant fire risk following a crash. According to NHTSA’s statement, the organization “does not… Continue Reading...

Volvo S60, C70 Recalled Over Incorrect Tire Pressure Labels

Volvo S60, C70 Recalled Over Incorrect Tire Pressure Labels
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Swedish car firm Volvo takes safety very seriously, and so it’s taking the extra step to correct a small error it had made in the past. The issue is in regards to the tire pressure label for the spare tire. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), some Volvo vehicles had incorrect information… Continue Reading...

The Airbag Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

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The Airbag Celebrates its 30th Anniversary
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It seems just like yesterday when we heard about the first airbag being installed in an automobile. Can you believe that the airbag is celebrating its 30th anniversary? Time really flies when you’re being safe. Did you know that the first series-production car equipped with an airbag was a Mercedes-Benz S-Class Saloon?  The company says… Continue Reading...