Depending on how old you are, there might be a new idea about how much is “too much” when it comes to drinking and getting behind the wheel.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is investigating GM’s timeliness regarding its expanded ignition switch recall.
Google is trying to sway lawmakers from banning its Glass mobile computing device off of driver’s faces.
GM is expanding an existing recall of 2003 through 2007 models to correct an ignition-switch defect.
Weight limit labels for child safety seats have been revised to account for the child’s weight and the seat itself.
A Worn-Out Tire that Acts like a New One
Last month, Michelin took the first step in trying to revolutionize the tire industry.
With the Midwest and eastern states smothered in snow and accosted by abnormally frigid temperatures, this winter has been uncommonly excruciating for people in the Northern U.S. Given the brutal weather, tires are a surprisingly appropriate subject for discussion.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said today that it will start taking steps toward bringing vehicle-to-vehicle communication to reality for light vehicles.
Two’s company but three’s a crowd. More may be merrier in certain situations but undoubtedly not in every circumstance. Sure, having more flavors of ice cream to choose from or more paid vacation time is like hitting the jackpot at your local Native American tribal casino. Bingo was indeed his name-o.
Following a skiing accident Sunday morning, German Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher remains in critical condition in a coma.
Exotic Italian car builder Maserati is calling back 63 of its new Quattroporte sedans in the U.S.
Outgoing NHTSA administrator David Strickland is expected to announce the agency’s plans for vehicle-to-vehicle communications and automatic braking soon.