(Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd would recall 218,019 Versa vehicles in the United States to fix a front suspension problem. The company has notified the U.S. vehicle safety regulator National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that road salt may corrode the front coil springs, possibly leading to fractures. Show More Summary
Cars have become hacking targets, but documents show the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is struggling to address automotive cyber threats. Continue reading Short-staffed NHTSA struggles to handle car-hacking threats Short-staffed...Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles admitted Tuesday it hasn’t accurately reported required early warning report data to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The safety administration said that warning data includes “significant...Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler is back in hot water with U.S. auto safety regulators The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Tuesday that the company failed to report some deaths, injuries and other information to the agency as required...Show More Summary
Fiat Chrysler has had a rough go in the safety department lately, or at least in how they’ve clashed with America’s safety regulators. Now, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced Fiat Chrysler had a “significant” under-reporting of deaths and injuries in their cars, as required by law. Read more...
While federal regulators reduced the number of vehicles equipped with potentially deadly Takata airbags, more could be added to the list that already includes 19.2 million after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sent...Show More Summary
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is opening an investigation into BMW's reporting of a recall for 30,456 Mini cars. Continue reading Did BMW drag its feet on Mini recall? Did BMW drag its feet on Mini recall? originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 28 Sep 2015 13:54:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Speaking at an event in suburban Detroit, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief Mark Rosekind said Volkswagen’s admission that they lied about emissions in their diesel cars erodes confidence in automakers. “They tell you one thing, you question it,” Rosekind said to reporters, according to Automotive News. Show More Summary
Submitted by John Vibes via TheAntiMedia.org, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers is currently working on a plan to put alcohol detection systems in every vehicle. The...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced plans to change its vehicle safety rating program to include two sensor-based automatic emergency braking systems. While the agency didn’t go so far as to...Show More Summary
Back in June, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it was considering options to speed up replacement of defective shrapnel-shooting Takata-produced airbags linked to eight deaths and hundreds of injuries. Today, the...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Wednesday that it will hold a public meeting on Oct 22 to review the Takata Corp's recall of millions of defective air bag inflators. (Reporting by David Morgan; Editing by Chris Reese) Join the conversation about this story »
The National Highway Traffic Safety Agency is reviewing whether a recall last year fixed malfunctioning passenger airbags in one million Nissan vehicles.
An official at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said some vehicles had been counted twice or sold outside the United States.
Months after Japanese auto parts maker Takata gave into pressure by federal regulators and recalled more than 30 million vehicles equipped with potentially deadly airbags, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration revised the...Show More Summary
The United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Monday fined Triumph Motorcycles up to $2.9 million for violating safety reporting requirements.
Fiat Chrysler is in hot water again over vehicle complaints, this time over late-model Jeep Grand Cherokees rolling away after being placed in park. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is now opening a preliminary investigation into some 408,000 Grand Cherokees, thanks to 14 complaints, including five reports of crashes and three reports of injuries.
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