The Takata airbag debacle just seems to get worse and worse with each passing day. Read more
Overloading or underinflating tires causes excessive heat build-up and internal structure damage. Read more
Ford Motor Co. has announced two recalls – one for a fire risk, and another for a door latch problem – covering about 440,000 cars in North America. Read more
The NHTSA is not ready, in our opinion, to regulate this new technology because it’s so new and advancing so rapidly. Read more
A recall report was posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Read more
Nearly half of the Audi vehicles affected by the coolant-pump problem are also Q5s. Read more
Nissan spokesman Steve Yaeger said in an email that the recall was voluntary and would come at no cost to consumers. Read more
Customer complaints began coming in years ago to Ford and the NHTSA about the throttle defects. Read more
If we fail to take action, the death toll will continue to rise. Read more
More than a dozen automakers have agreed to recall another 652,000 vehicles equipped with faulty Takata Corp. air bag inflators. Read more
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