Volvo Cars says it is recalling nearly 2.1 million vehicles worldwide as a preventive measure after the company discovered that a steel wire connected to the front seat belts can be weakened.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents that it's investigating failures in the 2012 through 2015 Tesla Model S.
The mayor announced that those streets demanding drivers move their parked vehicles twice a week would now only require moving them once.
Ford has decided to move the upcoming reveal of its new Bronco SUV due to concerns that it was scheduled for O.J. Simpson’s birthday on July 9.
A Ford spokesperson said the date is "purely coincidental."
As Hertz Global Holdings Inc., files for bankruptcy following a near-halt on most travel amid the coronavirus pandemic, rental companies have reportedly begun selling much of their fleets in an attempt to survive the devastating economic impacts of the COVID-19 lockdowns.
About 133,000 U.S. workers — just over half of the industry’s workforce before the pandemic — are expected to pour back into auto plants that will open in the coming week, according to estimates by The Associated Press.
A car in quarantine needs to stay active, too.
A car dealership on Staten Island is offering loaner cars to first responders for free, for any first responders in temporary need of a vehicle.
Ford is helping 3M redesign the powered air-purifying respirator (PAPR) that it makes for first responders and health care workers to protect them from contracting the virus while treating patients.
Ford is adapting to the coronavirus pandemic, offering to pay for three months’ worth of customers’ car payments.
Under increasing pressure from the United Auto Workers union and amid multiple confirmed coronavirus cases originating from factories, Detroit's big three automakers are closing their plants for the time being.
A new law that takes effect on Feb. 26, 2021, allows the city to impound your car if you incur a certain number of tickets unless you take a safe driving course overseen by the DOT.
Ford is recalling over 240,000 SUVs and cars worldwide because a suspension part can fracture and increase the risk of a crash.
General Motors has issued a recall on roughly 162,000 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra trucks due to issues with the brake control software.
The problem could affect as many as 12.3 million vehicles in the U.S. made by six companies. It's possible that as many as eight people were killed when air bags didn't inflate. U.S. safety regulators are investigating.
Toyota says the air bag control computer may not be properly protected and that can lead to incomplete air bag deployment or failure to inflate in a crash.
Two General Motors engineers were caught apparently street racing a pair of new Corvette Stingrays in Kentucky.
Takata is recalling 10 million more front air bag inflators sold to 14 different automakers because they can explode with too much force and hurl shrapnel.
A Business Insider report says that fast-food giant McDonald’s is teaming up with the Ford Motor Company to test out what Ford researchers say is the possible maing of car parts out of discarded coffee chaff from your favorite Cup-o’-Joe.