National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Should You Trade-In Your Old Ride for A Brand New Electric Car: Everything You Need to Know

Big wigs in the government are convinced that gas-guzzlers have to go to hot-foot off the streets permanently. Instead, take advantage of what the government offers in return to buying E-vehicles. Sounds convincing, but there is another side to consider. more

When Cars Kill: Cars are the Leading Cause of Pedestrian and Cyclists Deaths on Roads

Cars have racked up an impressive record of taking the lives of pedestrians and cyclists on the road they share! One would say that it is the driver's fault. One thing is clear cars kill not the nut behind the wheel. more

Honda Recalls Over 300,000 Vehicles Over Air Bag Issue

Honda Will Recall Almost 650,000 Odyssey Minivans In US

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. announced that they are about to recall almost 650,000 Odyssey minivans within the United States wherein second row seats from models 2011-2016 can come unlocked in an event of a collision. 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

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Announces Another Takata Recall

Supercars Added To Biggest Auto Recall Ever Reported

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that more than 20 supercars are now included in the world's largest automotive recall ever reported. The said recall is due to airbag issues. more

US Regulates Driverless Car Usage; Implements Safety Assesment

US Regulates Driverless Car Usage; Implements Safety Assessment

Alarmed with some accidents involving self-driving automotives, the White House, through its department, has outlined laws and rule for self-driving cars. more

2017 Toyota Sienna: Family Friendly and Easy to Drive

The Perfect Family Car: 2017 Toyota Sienna Earns 5-Star Safety Rating

The 2017 Toyota Sienna is proving to be the perfect family car Toyota envisioned it to be as it boasts performance, efficiency, covenience but most importantly safety as it bags a five star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). more

GMC Denali Reveal Event Ahead Of The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show

General Motors' Safety Oversight Extended for Another Year to Ensure Safety Efforts, Says NHSTA

NHSTA has extended the safety oversight for GM until May of next year. They need to ensure the safety of the vehicles, amidst recall of their vehicles in the past year. more

BMW Celebrates 100th Anniversary

BMW 7 Series Models Recalled for Air Bag Issue; Affected Cars Here

BMW will recall about 26,000 7 Series models due to defective air bag. more

General Motors

GM Recalls 200,000 Cars In U.S., Canada Over Faulty Takata Airbags

General Motors has recalled about 200,000 Saab 9-3, Saab 9-5 and Saturn Astra models that are equipped with Takata's faulty airbags. more

Google's Self-Driving Car

Google Now Hiring For Self-Driving Car Project, Posts Job Listings For Manfuacturers, Managers

Google is now advertising dozens of jobs centering on manufacturing and marketing in order to expand the hiring process for its self-driving car project. more

Google's Self-Driving Car

NHTSA Rules That AIs Qualify As Drivers For Google's Self-Driving Cars

Google just won big with its self-driving car project, as the U.S. National Highway Transportation Safety Administration has ruled that the vehicle’s artificial intelligence could be considered the driver under federal law. more

2008 Honda Accord Coupe

Continental Recalls 5 Million Vehicles Worldwide Over Faulty Airbags

Takata is no longer alone in airbag drama, as Continental Automotive Systems said Thursday that it is recalling 5 million vehicles worldwide to fix an issue with their airbags. more

2015 Nissan Altima

Nissan Recalls 930,000 Altimas Over Faulty Hood Latches For Third Time

Nissan has issued its third recall for Altima midsize cars in order to fix a problem with their latches that could let the hood fly open while the vehicle is moving. more

Takata Faulty Airbags

10th Death Connected To Takata Airbags, NHTSA Announces New Recall

Federal regulators have confirmed the 10th death connected to Takata’s faulty airbags. more

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