Automakers and auto dealerships are opposing a bill that would require rental car companies to prohibit renting of recalled vehicles until they are repaired.
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Although the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy months ago, Coda Automotive wants to recall its single product to replace the side curtain airbags.
Will a “14-year-old from Indonesia” one day be able to hack into self-driving cars? It might sound outlandish, but Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee asked on Wednesday.
It may not be perfect but the United States is a great country. America has her share of problems, both past and present, but for the most part this nation is pretty sweet; when it comes to being awesome we’ve done better than most.
Japanese automaker Subaru is recalling almost 5,400 model year 2013 Outback and Legacy vehicles because the steering column might disengage.
A bill that would require vehicles under safety recalls to be grounded from rental fleet use is being introduced again by a group of senators.
Complaints that certain Chevrolet Corvette sports cars might suffer from headlights going dark without warning are prompting an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Kumho is recalling nearly 12,000 of its Solus tires that are now being added to a recall campaign from last year.
Improperly torqued bolts anchoring second-row seat belts in a total of 272 Mercedes-Benz GL SUVs are cause for a new recall.
AAA is urging Illinois legislators not to raise the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph on state roadways.
You probably take them for granted and forget to turn them on from time to time, but headlights have made a remarkable journey from the lanterns they literally used to be. Now, they might be able to make rain invisible… sort of.
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Hey kids, want to put the brakes on a first date? Ruin a road trip? Impress your friends by not speeding? Then most of the new Ford lineup is for you.
That’s because the majority of Ford’s models come with MyKey, a system that lets parents program aspects of their car to restrict certain functions when a pre-designated key is used to start the car.
Recently I inadvertently had the chance to experience MyKey when a 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid I was testing accidentally came with the parental control device. With a long, 900-mile road trip planned, was this a simple mistake, or was I the victim of a cruel sense of humor?
Roughly two thirds of motorists polled in a newly-released survey by AAA support increased federal spending on infrastructure.
Almost 25 percent of teen drivers in a study released today admitted to driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Japanese McDonald’s customers will have an easier time eating and driving starting on April 24 when the fast food giant will begin giving away the item shown above.
Potential distractions for new car drivers are popping up as quickly as automakers can cram new touch screens and apps into the cars being sold.
When it comes to automotive styling numerous design trends are popular today, but future vehicles are guaranteed to look very different. Functional styling elements will likely play a bigger role in exterior design, things like integrated air vents and spoilers. Naturally vehicle interiors will receive major updates as well, but arguably government regulations are the most important things driving change. Ever-increasing safety and fuel-economy standards are impacting automotive design in major ways.
General Motors announced today that OnStar’s First Assist service is accredited for emergency medical dispatching (EMD).