Latest National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Stories
Public Service Advertisement Contest Calls on High School and College Students to Create Distracted Driving Videos to Target Their Peers WASHINGTON, Oct.
Dr. Harold J. Mertz, General Motors Technical Fellow (retired), has won the SAE International Arnold W. Siegel International Transportation Safety Award.
Last Monday’s airbag recall involved almost 5 million vehicles and NHTSA urges owners of affected vehicles to take immediate action to avoid possible injury.
New York auto accident lawyer David Perecman of The Perecman Firm urges the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to recall all potentially defective airbags, not just the ones in humid
Statement from CEO Bob Darbelnet ORLANDO, Fla., Oct.
AAA's Evaluations Found an Average 46 Percent Improvement in Blind-Zone Visibility AURORA, Ill., Oct.
October is National Crime Prevention Month, and Amica Insurance is sharing tips to help prevent thieves from breaking into your vehicle. LINCOLN, R.I.
Adult drivers can help their less experienced, less mature teenage counterparts practice safer behavior when behind the wheel, but recent studies have indicated that they are often a part of the problem rather than a part of the solution.
The product liability lawyers at Flood Law Group LLP continue to follow General Motors news and investigate claims of loss and personal injury on behalf of those who may have been affected by
The report classifies and defines the automotive occupant sensing system and whiplash protection system market in terms of volume and value.
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