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Nissan Probed by NHTSA Over 2 Air Bag Sensor Recalls

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Sunday that it will open an investigation into complaints that two Nissan Motors recalls have failed to handle an issue with front-seat air bag sensors. more

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Bill Would Require Data Security for Cars

A proposed bill would require automakers to follow outlined rules for consumer privacy and data security. more


Feds Want Takata Informants

NHTSA has guaranteed whistleblowers legal protection if they call a hotline to share information about Takata's faulty air bags. more

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Feds Push Automatic Brake Systems

NHTSA hasn't mandated the technology but plans to recommend that drivers find vehicles with automatic braking systems. more


New MKZ Gets Five Stars for Safety

The new sedan received five stars in the front crash test, four stars in the side crash test and four stars in the rollover crash test . more


Jeep Cherokee under Investigation

The agency has launched an investigation into 50,000 vehicles that could have severe fire risk. more

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Marchionne: Auto Future Holds More Mergers

Prices will increase as automakers incorporate new technologies to keep up with federal fuel economy standards, Marchionne said. more


NHTSA Chief Wants More Aggressive Recalls

Will 2015 recalls surpass last year's 63 million-vehicle record? more


Honda Pays $70 Million Fine

Honda will pay two $35 million civil penalties for failing to report death and injury claims to federal regulators. more


Where Do Carmakers Go from Here?

Around 60 million vehicles have been recalled this year, causing regulators and car companies to revisit the recall process. more


Takata Appoints General Counsel

Takata has tapped a new general counsel for its North American unit in the midst of investigating and recalling faulty air bags. more

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BMW X5 Rated for Safety

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the BMW X5 five stars in the front crash test, five stars in the side crash test and four stars in the rollover crash test. more


Senate Panel Approves NHTSA Nominee

Mark Rosekind still needs approval from the full Senate to step into leadership at the federal agency. more

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Senate Hears NHTSA Nominees

Mark Rosekind spoke Wednesday on his plans to lead the safety agency. more


Takata Panel To Analyze Air Bags

Takata still needs to respond to a demand from federal regulators for a nationwide recall. more

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