car safety

Electric Subcompacts: Best Reasons to avoid them as the Family Car

In the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, there are several Subcompacts offered as electric cars. While many are buying less as their family car. Instead, replacing them with crossovers but in a compact size. more

SUV Obsession And Why Everyone Must have it: Everything that is Relevant to Safety and Environment

SUV Obsession And Why Everyone Must Have It: Everything that Is Relevant to Safety and Environment

Why is this vehicle so popular? In the US and other car markets, this is the king and the one to beat. It seems that the SUV obsession is something that can’t be avoided. Courtesy of this large, medium, and compact vehicle responsible for killing off the venerable family station wagon. more

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39,000 Land Rover, Jaguar Vehicles May Have Rollaway Issues, Says NHTSA

Roughly 39,000 cars are currently being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) after seven instances of rollaways were reported to a unit of the agency, the Office of Defect Investigation. The models in question are Land Rover Evoque sport-utility vehicles (SUVs), made between 2012 and 2014, and Jaguar XF sedans made in 2013. more

Uber Experiments With Driverless Cars

Best Auto Trends 2017: Driverless Cars, Augmented Reality And More

Much like cars being crammed onto streets during peak hours, automative tech trends are also multiplying like bunnies. Learn what's in store for auto trends this 2017. more

Ford Recalls F-150 Pickups Over Faulty Air Bag Deployment

Autoliv To Recall Defective Seat Belts And Airbags; Recall Might Affect Around 400,000 Vehicles Worldwide [VIDEO]

Autoliv, a Swedish-American company that makes safety technology products, revealed that it might recall around 400,000 vehicles fitted with seatbelts and airbags that have defective parts made between April 10 and Oct. 15 of this year. Several automakers buy seat belts and airbags from Autoliv, but it has not yet released the names of automakers that might've fitted vehicles with the defective seatbelts and airbags. more

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Mercedes-Benz Recall: 6,858 E-Class Cars Pulled For Engine Stalling

Mercedes-Benz has recalled 6,858 2017 E-class vehicles just five months after they went on sale in the United States, according to reports to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The mass recall was spurred by discoveries of faulty wiring in Mercedes' E300 and E300 4Matic sedans, which could cause engine stalls. more

New Safety Reforms Make Child Car Seats Compulsory

UK University Introduces Life-Saving Car Seat And Head Restraint System

Minor car accident injuries may seem unnoticed by some, but could end up as problems later. more

Car Makers Reveal New Models At N. American International Auto Show In Detroit

2017 Ford Escape Tech Upgrades Deliver An App-Driven Start Feature And Tougher Safety Systems

The 2017 Ford Escape now has a design that caters to the small SUV market. more

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Car Seat Alert: Winter Coats Could Put Your Child In Danger (VIDEO)

Parents may want to rethink about the kind of jacket they bundle their kids up in this winter while going out on the road. more

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