National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Volkswagen is recalling more than 168,000 cars with diesel engines because a defect in the fuel injectors that could cause fires.
Federal safety regulators are looking into a problem with BMW automatic transmission shifters that can allow cars to roll away after drivers have left the vehicles.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has approved a flying car.
That used car or truck you just bought may be the subject of a recall you were never told about.
The 2011 Chevrolet Volt has become the first electric vehicle to earn a five-star overall vehicle score for safety as part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s New Car Assessment Program.
The recall involves 2011 model year versions of the Cadillac SRX, Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain.
Hyundai is recalling 139,500 Sonata sedans in the U.S. because of a manufacturing defect that may cause drivers to lose steering control.
It’s a massive regional effort to keep drunk drivers off the roads this holiday weekend. It’s called “Drunk Driving: Over the Limit, Under Arrest.”
The government has opened an investigation into possible loss of steering control in the 2010 Kia Soul, a boxy vehicle aimed at appealing to urban motorists.
The government says it plans to test 55 vehicles from the 2011 model year under a new safety ratings system that includes tougher requirements.