National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
A new bill that could increase speed limits is all geared up and is on the road to the House of Representatives, making its first House appearance on Tuesday.
More than 1.6 million cars have now been recalled by General Motors due to faulty ignition switches linked to multiple fatal crashes.
Drivers in Ft. Lauderdale are urged to buckle up while behind the wheel. The city’s police department announced Monday that they are taking part in the Department of Transportation’s “Click it or Ticket Challenge.”
Complaints of brakes failures on a certain car model from Hyundai has got the attention of U.S. safety regulators.
Before firefighters put out flames or arrive at an accident scene, they have to drive there and they do so with a truck weighing thousands of pounds through our busy South Florida streets.
After refusing a government request to recall approximately 2.7 million Jeeps at the beginning of June, Chrysler has instead announced that they will comply with the recall because of the calls received from concerned customers.
South Florida drivers who use hands free gadgets to talk on the phone and send text messages or emails from behind the wheel because they think they are a safer alternative could be more distracted and in more danger than if they simply talked on a cell phone, according to a new AAA study.
After refusing to comply with a government request to recall over two million Jeeps on Tuesday, two days later, Chrysler has announced two other recalls, totaling 630,000 vehicles.
The government wants Chrysler to recall about 2.7 million Jeeps for greater risk of tank fire in a rear-end collision, but Chrysler is refusing saying it, “it does not intend to recall the vehicles.”
A fire risk triggered Subaru to issue a wide-reaching recall that encompasses nearly 634,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S.