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1.3 million Ford Explorers are under investigation for poisoning drivers

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has upgraded a probe into potential carbon monoxide poisoning being caused by Ford Explorers. The NHTSA said it is aware of 2,700 complaints and three crashes potentially linked to carbon...Show More Summary

US NHTSA Expanding Ford Explorer Exhaust Odor Probe To 1.33 Million Vehicles

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has moved to expand its probe into reports that exhaust and carbon monoxide leakage into the cabins of Ford Explorer SUVs and those leaks may be linked to numerous car crashes. Show More Summary

NHTSA Expands Ford Explorer Probe After Probable Police Gassings

The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is inching its way toward what could be a massive recall of Ford Explorers. An initial probe kicked off in 2016 after owners entered numerous complaints of an unpleasant exhaust smell in the cabin into the NHTSA database. Show More Summary

U.S. upgrades probe into 1.33 million Ford Explorers over exhaust odors

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is upgrading and expanding a probe into 1.33 million Ford Explorer SUVs over reports of exhaust odors in vehicle compartments and exposure to carbon monoxide that may be linked to crashes and injuries.

Trump administration may freeze fuel economy standards

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it will review the CAFE standards for the model years 2022-2025.

1.3 million Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep vehicles recalled for alternator failure, sudden airbag deployment

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This morning, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration published two recalls from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Together, the recalls affect more than 1.3 million Chrysler, Dodge, and Jeep vehicles worldwide, including over 805,000...Show More Summary

A famous techie created an $88 device that will let you 'hack' your car so that it can do new things

Famous hacker George Hotz put his first car product on the market on Friday, a few months after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration prevented him from selling a self-driving roof kit. Called Panda, the device sells for $88 and can plug into a vehicle's OBDII port to access data typically only available to vehicle manufacturers. Show More Summary

Does Tesla's Autosteer Really Cut Crashes By 40 Per Cent?

The assertion that Tesla's Autopilot features reduces airbag deployments by 40 per cent, made by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration back in January, may use faulty data and cannot be replicated by researchers, a lawsuit filed on Wednesday claims. More »      

Trump Administration May Remove Rule Forcing Electric Vehicles To Emit Noise At Low Speeds, + Rear-View Mirror Requirements

The Trump Administration's ongoing push to review and possibly undo various regulations may lead to the undoing of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) rule that requires electrified vehicles to emit a warning sound...Show More Summary

Watch a Tesla Model X pass the infamous ‘moose test’

Earlier this month, Tesla's Model X became the safest SUV ever created when it attained a 5-star crash rating across every category after being put through the ringer by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Hardly a surprise, Tesla has long been incredibly laser-focused on ensuring that its vehicles are incredibly safe. Show More Summary

General Motors Ends NHTSA Safety Oversight, Promises to Keep in Touch

General Motors’ safety practices are no longer under the watchful eye of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The three-year oversight period was part of a settlement GM reached with U.S. regulators back in May 2014, resulting from its failure to recall defective ignition switches attributed to 124 deaths and countless injuries. Show More Summary

Recall: 207,037 Britax Infant Car Seats For Choking Concerns

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety in cooperation with Britax, has announced a voluntary recall of 207,037 chest clips on certain Britax B-Safe 35, B-Safe 35 Elite and BOB B-Safe 35 infant seats because they... The post Recall: 207,037 Britax Infant Car Seats For Choking Concerns appeared first on Growing Your Baby.

Tesla's Model X electric SUV earns top safety marks

Tesla's Model X luxury electric crossover has hit the spot on safety by winning top marks in crash testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.        

Tesla's Model X electric SUV earnings top safety marks

Tesla's Model X luxury electric crossover has hit the spot on safety by winning top marks in crash testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.        

Tesla Model X Declared 'Safest SUV Yet' By NHTSA

esla's model x has followed in the wheel-tracks of the model s sedan by setting a new benchmark for safety in an suv. the us national highway traffic safety administration (nhtsa) has awarded the model x 5-star safety ratings in every one of its nine test categories – a first for an suv. Show More Summary

Tesla Model X = Safest SUV Ever, Because Some Humans Have Hearts

The Tesla Model X has been scored as the safest SUV the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has ever tested, and the second-safest vehicle the NHTSA has ever tested... only trailing the Tesla Model Tesla Model X =Show More Summary

Tesla’s Model X is the safest SUV ever created

In a development that should surprise no one, Tesla earlier today announced that the Model X is now the only SUV in history to attain a 5-star crash rating across every test administered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Show More Summary

Tesla's Model X gets the first perfect SUV crash rating

Tesla loves to tout its cars' safety features as the best in the industry — and now, another of its vehicles has the ratings to back it up. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently gave the Model X perfect safety scores across the board after putting the SUV through its vaunted five-star crash testing program. Show More Summary

NHTSA gives Tesla Model X 5-star crash ratings in every category

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has awarded the 2017 Tesla Model X all 5-star crash safety ratings.

The government says that the Tesla Model X is an extremely safe SUV (TSLA)

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Tuesday announced the results of its crash testing of the 2017 Tesla Model X SUV. The all-electric crossover, launched in 2015, did exceptionally well, scoring five-start ratingsShow More Summary

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