Continental Automotive Systems announced a recall of 5 million airbags due to an alleged defect. The recalled airbags were installed over the last five years.
Fiat Chrysler has decided to voluntarily recall of all tire chocks, which are meant to immobilize wheels during maintenance, in close to 441,000 Dodge sedans.
Nissan is set to recall an additional 846,000 Altimas staring in mid-February due to a defect in the cars' secondary hood latch.
Ford is expanding an existing recall to include more than 390,000 2004-2006 Ranger vehicles in both the U.S. and Canada.
Plaintiff Robert Scheuer was reportedly encouraged to drop a General Motors ignition switch case after he was accused of lying on the witness stand.
Mazda reached an agreement with the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration to recall an additional 375,000 vehicles over potentially defective air bags.
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Sometimes it's good to have friends in Congress. According to The New York Times, two Congressmen with close ties to Whirlpool have introduced a bill
Subaru of America, Inc., was hit with a class action lawsuit last week over vehicles allegedly sold with a defect that causes them to burn excessive amounts of oil.
As temperatures soar and the official start of summer gets closer (this Saturday, in fact), keeping cool has never been more important.