national highway traffic safety administration
An automobile industry trade group has new way of reminding people not to leave children alone in cars.
The agency accused Chrysler of moving too slowly to fix up to 2.5 million older Grand Cherokees and Libertys with gas tanks behind the rear axles.
The economic and societal harm from motor vehicle crashes amounted to a whopping $871 billion in a single year, according to a study released Thursday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Nissan is recalling just over 1 million cars, SUVs and vans because the front passenger air bags may not inflate in a crash. It’s the company’s second recall to fix the same problem.
The recall covers vans from the 2009-2014 model years and includes GMC Savana and Chevrolet Express models.
Child car seats would for the first time have to protect children from death and injury in side-impact crashes under regulations the government proposed Wednesday.
Starting next summer, U.S. consumers will be able to search a database to find out if recall repairs have been made to their cars or motorcycles.
With a proposed payout of more than $1 billion, one major chapter of a nearly four-year legal saga that left Toyota Motor Corp. fighting hundreds of lawsuits and struggling with a tarnished image has ended, though another remains.
New research has found that an increasing number of teenagers are falling asleep at the wheel of their cars.
Chrysler is issuing a massive worldwide recall of more than 919,000 older-model Jeep SUVs as a result of air bags that can inflate while people are driving them.