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  • Prices of six car models recalled by GM for switch defect plunge

    Prices of six car models recalled by GM for switch defect plunge
    While General Motors appears to have weathered the biggest safety and recall crisis in its history – staying profitable and selling more cars – the prices of used cars linked to the defect behind the scandal have plunged. iSeeCars.com, a...
  • How to check if your car was recalled but not fixed

    Car owners and buyers will be able to look up whether a vehicle has been recalled and fixed under a new federal program launched late Tuesday. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has developed an online search tool where drivers can...
  • Honda will fix Fits after crash test prompts redesign of bumper

    Honda will fix Fits after crash test prompts redesign of bumper
    Honda is going to replace the front bumpers on about 12,000 Fits it has already sold because the small car scored poorly in a key crash test. The automaker announced the free program Thursday, at the same time the influential Insurance Institute for...
  • Ridgefield Infant Car Death Ruled Homicide; No Charges Filed

    Ridgefield Infant Car Death Ruled Homicide; No Charges Filed
    RIDGEFIELD — The death of a 15-month-old Ridgefield child left in a car last month has been ruled a homicide, and police and prosecutors met Thursday to decide whether anyone should be arrested. The child, identified as Benjamin Seitz, was left...
  • 54.5 mpg: Why our measure of fuel economy is wrong

    54.5 mpg: Why our measure of fuel economy is wrong
    54.5 miles per gallon. That is the target fuel efficiency for all light-duty vehicles by model year 2025. Yet if you’ve gone car shopping lately, you’ve noticed that the combined mpg is nowhere near that target. The average fuel economy of all...
  • Ex-prosecutor will be Toyota's independent safety monitor, U.S. says

    Ex-prosecutor will be Toyota's independent safety monitor, U.S. says
    The Department of Justice appointed David Kelley, a former U.S. attorney, to serve as the independent safety monitor at U.S. operations of Toyota Motor Corp. Kelley’s position is part of the automaker’s agreement reached with federal...
  • Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall

    Hyundai pays $17 million fine for delaying Genesis brake recall
    Hyundai will pay a $17-million federal fine for failing to promptly report a brake problem in Hyundai Genesis cars, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Thursday. The action by the auto safety agency marks a step up in enforcement....
  • Hyundai fined $17.35 million for delayed Genesis recall

    Hyundai fined $17.35 million for delayed Genesis recall
    Hyundai Motor Co will pay a fine of $17.35 million for failing to report a brake defect in timely fashion to U.S. safety regulators, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Thursday. NHTSA said the South Korean automaker delayed a...
  • Police to conduct DUI checkpoint in Glendale

    Glendale police officers will conduct a DUI checkpoint from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. on Saturday at an undisclosed location. Officers will be looking for signs of alcohol and/or drug impairment, and they will be checking that motorists have their driver’...
  • Police to conduct motorcycle safety operation

    Police to conduct motorcycle safety operation
    Glendale police will conduct a motorcycle safety enforcement operation on Sunday with extra officers patrolling areas frequented by motorcyclists and where motorcycle crashes occur. Officers will be looking for violations made by drivers and riders alike...
  • Mother Aims To Raise Awareness of Fatal Heatstroke In Children After Toddler Son's Death

    In the aftermath of her son's death by heatstroke, a Ridgefield mom decided to share lessons learned from 15-month-old Ben. Lindsey Rogers-Seitz has started a blog called "The Gift of Ben" in honor of her son, who died July 7 after he was left in the...