National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
A report raises serious questions about the NTSA’s ability to keep the public safe.
One in four recalled cars never get the needed fix because car owners often don’t even know about the recall. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has a new site to help people find out.
As states liberalize their marijuana laws, public officials and safety advocates worry there will be more drivers high on pot and a big increase in traffic deaths.
The agency accused Chrysler of moving too slowly to fix up to 2.5 million older Grand Cherokees and Libertys with gas tanks behind the rear axles.
Congress is demanding answers from the new CEO of General Motors and the head of the nation’s auto safety watchdog about why it took at least a decade to recall cars with a defective part that is now linked to 13 deaths.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is issuing a final safety rule that requires rearview technology in many new vehicles. The move is an effort to reduce deaths and serious injuries caused by backup accidents.
The recall covers vans from the 2009-2014 model years and includes GMC Savana and Chevrolet Express models.
There is a push by the government to protect kids by making child car seats safer.
The federal government has given Colorado new funding to help recognize stoned drivers and keep them off the road.
Colorado lawmakers are debating a change in state law that would allow cars without drivers on roads.