NHTSA

Choosing the Safest Car to Buy: How to Know Whether your Chosen Car is Safe for your Family

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The safest car to buy is an investment for safeguarding the lives of everyone on board. Road risks have proven that driving is the luck of the draw. It is no secret that big cars are the kingpins of safety, and small cars are trailing. more

Automakers Showcase New Models At New York International Auto Show

2017 Toyota RAV4 Review: A Top Safety Pick But Nothing More?

The 2017 Toyota RAV4 offers a comfortable, smooth, and quiet ride that pleases just about everyone. However, it still falls short of its competitors in the compact crossover industry. more

Apple is “excited” about the potential of self-driving cars

Apple reveals self-driving car plans: Is it possible to happen?

The Apple company sent a letter to NHTSA revealing their plan to self-driving car plans. more

Latest Car Models Showcased At New York Auto Show

NHTSA Awards 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5-Star Overall Safety Rating

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently awarded 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a 5-Star overall rating. The 4x4 Grand Cherokee earned the highest single rating in NHTSA's vehicle-evaluation program with that five-star award. more

US Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Car Manufacturers Exceed Greenhouse Gas And Carbon Dioxide Emission Standards As Well As Fuel Economy

Nine out of twelve car manufacturers managed to outperform Greenhouse Gas Emission Standards. more

Jeep Renegade

Season Of Recall At FCA: Renegade SUV, Dodge Journey, RAM ProMaster, Chrysler Town & Country Affected

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) said it is recalling model year 2015 and 2016 Renegade SUVs in the US in order to fix an issue with the trailer-hitch package. According to what the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) revealed, the trailer-hitch assembly need to have three fasteners on each side. However, the Jeep Renegade makes do with just a single fastener which severely compromises the safety of the trailer attached to the SUV. more

Tesla Model S

Tesla's Theories To The Fatal Model S Crash: Claims Not Fault Of Auto-Pilot

Tesla representative recently had a meeting with the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee staff where the company is reported to have put forward two theories to explain the tragic May 7 crash when the Model S car was being run on Autopilot mode. more

Consumer Electronics Show Highlights Newest Technology

NHTSA Builds Trust On Self-Driving Tech

The federal agency Nhtsa is helping consumers understand autonomous cars technology. 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

Volkswagen e-Golf

Volkswagen E-Golf Cars Recalled

German car maker Volkswagen has been highly publicized in the recent weeks for recalling its e-Golf battery-electric cars for the third time in a matter of weeks. In a recent National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) filing last March 4, Volkswagen revealed that all 5,561 e-Golf cars have to be recalled for further inspection and to address a serious possible defect in its battery management system. more

Seatbelts On school buses

Feds Want Every Child To Buckle Up On School Buses (TWEETS)

The federal government is endorsing three-point seat belts to make school bus rides safer for children. more

GM Extends Takata Airbag Recall To Nearly 400 2015 Models

GM Extends Takata Airbag Recall To Nearly 400 2015 Models

General Motors is extending the recall involving defective Takata airbags to nearly 400 vehicles made in 2015. more

Nissan Versa Subcompact Car

Nissan Recalling 218,019 Versas In U.S. Due To Suspension Issue

Nissan is recalling 218,019 Versa models in the U.S. in order to fix an issue with the suspension. more

Takata

Tesla, Mercedes, And Jaguar Could Face Recalls Due To Defective Takata Airbags

Takata has recalled 23.4 million defected airbag inflators that were sold to over 11 companies, including BMW, Ford and Honda. Automakers that could be affected by the recall include Tesla Motors, Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar-Land Rover. more

BYD E6 Electric Car

China Builds 25,000 Electric Cars, Plug-In Hybrids In June

China continues to remain the world’s largest market for cars, with recent statistics showing the countries success in producing environmentally-friendly vehicles. more

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