For the second time this year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced it would not open a probe into millions of Toyota vehicles regarding possible unintended acceleration. The agency announced in documents [PDF] on Friday that it had denied a June petition [PDF] to investigate “low-speed surging” – also known as unintended acceleration – in … [More]
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating reports that a defect in certain Honda Accords could prevent the air bags from deploying in a crash.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigating potential trouble with about 384,000 cars from 2008 model year
The recall comes several years after the automakers changed parts on new vehicles to fix the possible loss of steering or failure of airbags, according to documents filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
In cooperation with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Transport Canada, Britax Child Safety, Inc. announced today that it is conducting a voluntary safety recall on certain Advocate ClickTight, BoulevardShow More Summary
Recall comes after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened an investigation into the problem in June
FCA, found in violation of the Motor Vehicle Safety Act, agrees to buyback recalled models as part of record penalties issued by National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Continue reading Autoblog Minute: FCA hit with record fine,...Show More Summary
According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, from 2004 through 2013, 1,344 people died in school transportation-related crashes--an average of 134 fatalities per year.
Fresh from the recent Fiat Chrysler Automobiles infotainment-hacking flap, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced last week that it would look further into supplier Harman Kardon for possible vulnerabilities in other cars, the Associated Press reports (via Autoblog). Show More Summary
After a Jeep was hacked, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating if other Harmon Kardon products have security flaws. Video provided by Newsy
The National Highway Transportation Safety Association (NHTSA) is supposed to be focused on one thing: safety. For crying out loud, it's right in the middle of its cumbersome name. But the federal funding it hands out to state and local...Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has accepted the largest civil penalty ever imposed by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and will offer to buy back hundreds of thousands of defective vehicles from owners after acknowledging a substandard execution of vehicle safety recalls. FCA agreed to a US$105 million ($144 million) penalty, a buy-back program […]
FiatChrysler Automobiles (FCA), owner of the expansively popular Jeeps and Ram brands as well as a bunch of car lines that don’t make any money, joined a select and infamous group this week after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration slapped the company with a record fine for what basically [...]
On Monday, the Obama Administration announced the largest vehicle buyback program in history, involving 580,000 Fiat Chrysler vehicles. Mark Rosekind, administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, said the sanction was imposed because the car company failed to come up with adequate repairs for Dodge Ram pickups and Dodge sport [...]
In an order detailing the largest civil penalty for an automaker so far, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles could have to buy back 500,000 defective trucks and accept trade-in above market value for 1 million defective Jeeps. Show More Summary
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will fine Fiat Chrysler Automobiles $105 million for botching the recall of more than 11 million cars, including 1.6 million Jeeps with a fuel tank issue, the Wall Street Journal is reporting. Show More Summary
For the second time this year, federal regulators have handed down a record-setting fine to an automaker for failing to properly report and investigate possible defects. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration levied a $105...Show More Summary
DETROIT (AP) — The U.S. government will hit Fiat Chrysler with a record $105 million fine next week for violating laws in a series of vehicle safety recalls, a person briefed on the matter said. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will reveal the fine on Monday. Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler has recently drawn the ire of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration over “a litany of failures” with millions of vehicle recalls, including older Jeeps linked to fatal fires. According to a Wall Street Journal report, we now know Fiat Chrysler will face penalties from the feds to the tune of $105 million. Show More Summary
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will reportedly levy a $105 million fine against Fiat Chrysler Automotive over lapses in the reporting and handling of recalls and safety defects. Continue reading Fiat Chrysler to get...Show More Summary