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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

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  • Recall Alert: 660,000 Subaru Wagons, Sedans, Crossovers

     
    Vehicles Affected: More than 660,000 model-year 2005-09 Outback wagons and Legacy sedans, 2008-11 Impreza cars, 2008-14 WRX and WRX STI cars, and 2009-13 Forester crossovers currently or previously registered in Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana,...
  • Honda and others recall nearly 3 million vehicles over air bag flaw

    Honda and others recall nearly 3 million vehicles over air bag flaw
    TOKYO/DETROIT (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co 7267.T and other Japanese automakers on Monday recalled almost 3 million cars with potentially explosive air bags supplied by Takata Corp 7312.T, bringing the total recall so far to about 10.5 million vehicles over...
  • Put Safety First on the Fourth: Don't Drink and Drive

     
    The Fourth of July is a holiday traditionally observed by launching aerial explosives into the sky, but being struck by a stray bottle rocket isn't the greatest danger many of us face. That dishonorable designation instead goes to a high-risk......
  • One more way used car buyers can get used

    If you're spending your long holiday weekend strolling through used car lots, here's something else to ask your salesman while you're kicking the tires. Is this car under any recalls? You'd think a dealer would have to fix a recall defect on a used...
  • Honda dice expandirá llamado a revisión regional en EEUU para incluir a California

    TOKIO (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co está expandiendo al estado de California un llamado a revisión de vehículos en regiones de Estados Unidos por bolsas de aire potencialmente explosivas fabricadas por Takata Corp, dijo la automotriz el viernes, tras una...
  • Subaru recalling 660k vehicles in some states for possible brake line corrosion

     
    Filed under: Sedan, Recalls, Safety, Crossover, Hatchback, Subaru Subaru is recalling 660,238 vehicles located in 20 US states that use salt on their roads. It's possible that salty water could splash onto the rear brake lines, and it could eventually...
  • Autopsy says Georgia toddler died of hyperthermia, calls it homicide

    A Georgia man is facing murder charges after leaving his 22-month-old son strapped in a car seat in the family's SUV for seven hours on a day last week when temperatures climbed to the high 80s, according to an updated arrest warrant released Wednesday....
  • GM Switch Complaints Began In '90s, Long Before Cobalt

    By PAUL LIENERT DETROIT — General Motors car owners have been complaining to dealers about defective ignition switches since 1997, years before the automaker launched the Chevrolet Cobalt and other small cars with faulty switches linked to at least...
  • Police: Let professionals handle fireworks

    As the community celebrates the Fourth of July, the Glendale Police Department warns that fireworks are illegal in the hands of residents and should be left to professionals putting on Independence Day displays. Glendale has a ban on all fireworks as do...
  • Recall Alert: 2010-2012 Hyundai Elantra Touring

     
    Vehicles Affected: Approximately 35,000 model-year 2010-12 Hyundai Elantra Touring wagons manufactured between Dec. 15, 2009, and May 7, 2012. The Problem: In the affected vehicles, a support bracket attached to the headliner could become displaced during...
  • Subaru recalling 660,238 vehicles in U.S. due to brake line rust

    Subaru recalling 660,238 vehicles in U.S. due to brake line rust
    Subaru of America, a unit of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd, said July 3 it is recalling 660,238 Outback, Legacy, Impreza and Forester vehicles registered in cold-weather U.S. states because of possible corrosion of brake lines, safety regulators said....