The Takata airbag recall affects 34 million vehicles in the U.S. alone. It’s the largest auto recall in U.S. history and it’s a serious one. Despite the best efforts of automakers to reach out to consumers who own affected cars, roughly two-thirds of those cars still need repairs.
As autonomous vehicle crashes mount, supporters are quick to jump to the defense of the self-driving cars, regardless of the circumstances.
Vehicle safety all starts with the seat you are sitting in.
Sunroofs and moonroofs do sometimes shatter without cause, and we have proof.
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has a new state safety and emissions inspection vendor. The prospect of increased scrutiny in the system has received national attention. Is it as bad as it sounds?
Despite cars coming with an increasing number of safety features, traffic fatalities are at their highest since 2007. The U.S. Department of Transportation released its data for 2016 and the results are not good. Data collected from all 50 states and the District of Columbia shows that 37,461 people died on U.S. roads last year. […]
Mounting evidence proves that lane departure warning systems work as advertised.
Electric vehicles and hybrids pose special hazards in a crash test. Here’s how the nation’s top testing Institute prepares for the worst.
Only one mid-size pickup can earn the Top Safety Pick Plus score and it is at the bottom of the sales rankings.