The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has conducted a study to see how passengers fare in the event of a collision. Continue Reading...
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It’s not all wheel drive, it’s not boxer engines and it isn’t rally racing that Subaru puts atop its priority list. Continue Reading...
Manufacturers are catching up with the small overlap test that tanked ratings for so many vehicles in 2012, but that success might be short-lived. Continue Reading...
Deaths caused by car accidents could become a thing of the past. Continue Reading...
Last May, the 2013 Toyota RAV4 compact crossover was named a “Top Safety Pick” by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. It’s a misleading title, but who is to blame? Continue Reading...
The National Highway Traffic safety Administration (NHTSA) announced today that automakers filed more than 650 recall campaigns in 2012, affecting over 17.8 million vehicles, vehicle equipment and child-safety seats. Continue Reading...
Honda is developing a driving simulator in cooperation with Ohio State University hoping to further improve its vehicle’s safety. Continue Reading...
The purpose of Traffic Jam Assist, along with a further development of active parking assist, which will enable vehicles to park perpendicularly without touching the wheel, is to reduce the everyday stress of motoring, especially for those who endure heavy commutes Continue Reading...
Super Cruise will essentially take this technology to the next level and according to Cadillac, has been designed to ease driving stress on the freeway by gleaning information from ultrasonic sensors, radar, cameras and GPS map data. Continue Reading...
That means each model in the current 2012 Buick lineup has been awarded Top Pick status, the only one that hasn’t is the new Encore compact crossover, since it hasn’t hit the market yet. Continue Reading...
The new disc design follows on from corrosion resistance technology developed by GM and while still undergoing testing, could become available on certain cars and trucks in the General’s lineup within two to three years. Continue Reading...
In a recently filed document, NHTSA said, on its website that it had received 17 individual complaints from Elise owners that an oil cooler line ruptured, spraying the fluid onto the rear wheel assemblies and elsewhere in the engine bay. Continue Reading...
A recall has been issued for a number of 2007-11 model year Tundras because they may have incorrectly calibrated TPMS systems, preventing warning lights from operating when tire pressures are low. Continue Reading...
But how do you fix a problem like this? Well, NHTSA and Mazda say that dealers will first, inspect and clean out the vent line and then, install a small spring, so these spiders can no longer make a home in it. Continue Reading...
It’s no mystery what women really want… well, at least that’s the case when it comes to cars. Unlike men, who are easily swayed by bold design statements, sexy lines and flashy performance, women are more impressed by vehicles that are practical, economical and safe. To back up the claim that women like their cars… Continue Reading...