The latest safety system from Toyota will reach vehicles being sold in the U.S. later this year. Continue Reading...
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Chevrolet is recalling 87,063 Malibu mid-size sedans from the 2013 to 2015 model years. Continue Reading...
Honda has brought on outside help to get to the bottom of a major safety issue. Continue Reading...
There are 104,871 new vehicles being recalled for having potentially lethal airbags from Takata. Continue Reading...
Nearly 205,000 Hyundai Elantras are being recalled because of a potential fault with their eclectically boosted power steering systems. Continue Reading...
Kia will recall the 2016 Sorento crossover only a few weeks after reaching the market to address a defect with the accelerator. Continue Reading...
The latest results in a U.S. government survey show that pickup truck owners are less likely to buckle up than people driving other types of vehicles. Continue Reading...
A new survey released by the U.S. government suggests that smoking pot might not significantly increase the risk of a car crash. Continue Reading...
It’s no secret that Honda builds some of the safest vehicles on the road today. Their products consistently perform well in both NHTSA and IIHS crash tests. Continue Reading...
Subaru has earned a reputation for being one of the ultimate winter-friendly manufacturers. Continue Reading...
All of that safety technology that is being installed in new cars is working. Continue Reading...
Verizon Wireless will soon offer drivers with older vehicles the option to retrofit their car with modern connectivity. Continue Reading...
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) announced that it will recall 66,819 Ram pickup trucks. Continue Reading...
Takata Corp. announced today that Stefan Stocker is stepping down from his position as the company’s president. Continue Reading...
Seven out of 10 people 65 and older agree that the rules need to be stricter for older drivers renewing their licenses. Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration closed a pair of investigations into various Ford and GM vehicles. Continue Reading...
Driving on most New York City Streets will be slower thanks to a new 25 MPH speed limit. Continue Reading...
General Motors ordered more than 500,000 replacement ignition switches six weeks before it publicly announced its infamous recall campaign. Continue Reading...
The details surrounding the massive Takata airbag recall are coming to light. Continue Reading...
Things keep getting safer for children. In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) latest round of booster-seat tests 27 newly designed chairs were rated “Best Bet,” the top score available. Continue Reading...
Twenty-fourteen must be the year of the recall. Takata’s massive airbag foible is causing much grief, GM’s ignition fiasco drags on and in addition to all of this there have been myriad smaller safety actions. Adding to the tally, Ford just announced five callbacks. Continue Reading...
In an effort to address a quality issue with hood-latches, Porsche is conducting a voluntary recall of 1,382 Boxster, Cayman and 911 models sold in the US. Continue Reading...
Sometimes safety takes a back seat to horsepower, vehicle design and luxury amenities but when you’re in a crash it’s really the only thing that matters. Continue Reading...
Crossovers have come to dominate the market. In a lot of ways they’re like an invasive, non-native species. Over the years they’ve silently displaced traditional cars, becoming the go-to vehicle for many families. But are they really tantamount to Asian carp, zebra mussels or nutria? Continue Reading...