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The Oregon Bigfoot Highway

A travel book celebrating adventure and history along Oregon’s National Scenic Byway No. 5 The Oregon Bigfoot Highway

Harley Recall List: 2014, 2015 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Recalled For Faulty Clutch

If you have a 2014 or 2015 model year Harley-Davidson motorcycle, your bike may be a part of a massive recall due to a faulty clutch master cylinder. See a full model list of recalled Harleys below. According to the National HighwayShow More Summary

Harley-Davidson recalls Electra Glides, Street Glides, Road Glides

Harley-Davidson has confirmed a National Highway Transportation Safety Administration recall notice on just under 46,000 of its big-bore road machines.

Build the Roads, Don’t Kick the Can Down Them

Funding authority for the nation’s highway and transit programs (known as MAP 21) expires at the end of May and Congress needs to pass a long-term, fully funded extension, AFL-CIO Government Affairs representative Tom Trotter recently told a Capitol Hill rally.

Dog sheepishly DRIVES into and snarls traffic

We’re not making this up. In fact, the source for the story is the BBC, not the National Enquirer. A sheep dog, in Scotland, got behind the wheel of a tractor and drove it onto one of the busiest highways there. Someone snapped a photo, causing another traffic jam. This one on Twitter.

I Heart My National Park: Glacier

Montana's Glacier National Park is home to some 762 lakes, dozens of glaciers, and innumerable waterfalls that glisten in forested valleys. But perhaps best of all, a scenic highway and more than 700 miles of trails criss-cross the park, making much of its pristine beauty accessible to visitors. Show More Summary

Young Wild Chimpanzee Looks Both Ways Before Crossing a Highway Road in Uganda

5 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

A young wild chimpanzee took great care to look both ways several times before crossing a highway road at the Kibale National Park in Uganda that had the potential to get very busy, very quickly, as the alpha-male waited patiently, letting the juvenile become comfortable with his decision to cross. According to a study conducted […]

Wild Chimps Look Both Ways Before Crossing Roads

In a 29-month survey, researchers observed and recorded 20 instances of wild chimps crossing a busy road in Sebitoli, in the northern part of Uganda's Kibale National Park. They watched 122 chimps cross the highway used by 90 vehicles...Show More Summary

WATCH: Chimps In Uganda Look Both Ways Before Crossing

last weekNews : The Two-Way

A 29-month study of chimpanzees in Uganda's Kibale National Park reveals that many have learned a valuable survival skill — to look both ways before crossing a busy highway.

Ford's F-150 Strategy Gets Another Big Endorsement; Stock Still A Bargain

Disclosure: I own Ford shares Ford’s (NYSE:F) 2015 F-150 SuperCrew model received the highest 5-Star score endorsement for Overall Safety from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). That’s certainly good news for Ford, as it tries to transition from heavier steel tracks to lighter aluminum trucks, to improve fuel efficiency without compromising [...]

Takata Fails To Disclose Information About Vehicle Airbag Defect

Agency Moves to Preserve Automobile Recalled Inflators The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is taking Takata to task for reportedly failing to provide agency-requested information related to an airbag default in vehicles that has been linked to possibly six deaths and hundreds of injuries. Show More Summary

U.S. safety regulators probe Subaru cars' air bags

DETROIT (Reuters) - U.S. safety regulators have opened an investigation into Subaru Impreza cars from model year 2012 because the front passenger seat air bags may fail to operate. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said...Show More Summary

US Safety Body NHTSA Calls For Safety Efficiency Overhaul, Better Recalls

America's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is calling on automakers to invest greater focus in managing car safety issues. The Administration wants manufacturers to be more proactive in identifying defect issues, and more efficient in handling any subsequent recalls. Show More Summary

NHTSA’s Rosekind Calling For Automaker Safety Summit

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief Mark Rosekind is calling for a summit with industry CEOs to improve automotive safety. Automotive News reports Rosekind wants to hold the summit as soon as June to discuss with the...Show More Summary

NHTSA Closes Five-Year Probe Into 1.8M GM Trucks & SUVs With Brake Failure; Doesn’t Order Recall

After five years of investigating why brake lines in some 1.8 million older trucks and SUVs have a tendency to fail, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration failed to find a safety defect and plans to close the probe without ordering General Motors to replace the often rusted brake lines. NHTSA’s investigation, which first began [PDF] in … [More]

NHTSA Closes Probe Into 1.9M Chrysler, Dodge Minivans Without Determining Cause Of Stalling Issue

Following months of analyzing data, reviewing a recall petition and assessing more than 720 consumers complaints, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration decided to close a probe into nearly 1.9 million Chrysler minivans without...Show More Summary

NHTSA Advances Investigation Into Pedal Interference In Nissan Versa & Note, Adds Model Years

A years-long investigation into whether or not some 360,000 Nissan Versa and Note vehicles contain a defect that results in delayed brake application and unwanted acceleration gained momentum recently as the National Highway TrafficShow More Summary

NHTSA Reviewing Petition To Open Investigation Into Ford Vehicle Lighting Issues

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened and closed an investigation into lighting issues in several models of Ford vehicles back in 2008 without demanding a recall. That decision apparently isn’t sitting well with a...Show More Summary

The secret to IoT could be timing, literally

Although the connected devices of Internet of Things have been predicted to solve problems from wasted food  to highway safety, a new report by the National Institute of Standards and Technology indicates the IoT might not be quite ready for the giant leap in device connectivity.  In fact, the report indicates the opposite – the […]

Spring Showers Bring Highway Construction Season

As the calendar page turns to spring and the snowy parts of our nation defrost, attention turns to the upcomingRead the Rest...

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