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Over 60 Million Vehicles On U.S. Roads Are Under Recall And In Need Of RepairsA tragic death has officials stressing the importance of checking to see if your car is under a recall and needs to be repaired.
Five Small SUV Models Performed Well In Recent Crash TestsIn the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's latest crash tests of small SUVs five models performed well, but two did not.
Rear Facing Car Seats Can Save A Child's LifeCar seats can protect a child during a front or side crash, but now researchers are looking how they perform when a driver is hit from the rear.
Bodycam Video Released In DUI Case Of Struck TrooperMiami-Dade Police have released bodycam video from officers recorded the morning a Florida State Trooper was struck and critically injured by an allegedly drunk driver.
Mother Crashed Into Pole To Prove To Her Kids God Is Real, Police SayA Georgia woman crashed her SUV into a telephone pole in an attempt to convince her children that god was real and would protect them.
'I Looked Back And See The Bridge Crashing On My Car': FIU Bridge Collapse SurvivorA South Florida woman who was injured in the FIU pedestrian bridge collapse that left six people dead, is planning to file a lawsuit.
Car Slams Into Woman, Child At Oakland Park Bus StopTerrifying moments for a woman and a child when the driver of a car veered out of control and slammed into them at a bus stop in Oakland Park.
Honda Accord Wins Car Of The YearHonda has done it again. For the third year in a row, it has received a top honor at the Detroit Auto Show.
Takata Air Bag Recall Expanding By Another 3.3 MillionThe largest automotive recall in U.S. history just got bigger. Japanese air bag maker Takata is recalling another 3.3 million faulty air-bags.
Nissan Working On Cars That Read Your MindThe race is on among several automakers to be the first to officially sell and market self-driving vehicles. Nissan is going in another direction.
Tough Test Standards Lead To Fewer Top Safety PicksCrash tests have long been a key element in how the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety rates vehicles.
Bill Would Make Texting While Driving A Primary OffenseA bill in the works would make it a primary offense to text while driving in the State of Florida.

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