Monthly Archives: June 2016

Click It or Ticket: Seatbelt Use Campaign Kicked off in Illinois

Buckling up your seatbelt is the easiest and fastest way for you to ensure your safety on the road. It doesn’t take all that much, too, as wearing a seatbelt should practically be an intuitive action for all car drivers and passengers already. It is in line with this message that local and state transportation […]

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Parents Beware: The Backseat May Not Be All That Safe For Your Kids

In 2012, an 11-year-old boy’s life was forever changed when the Audi sedan his father was driving was rear-ended in San Antonio, Texas. The backset of his father fell on him, causing him permanent brain damage, partial paralysis, as well as partial loss of vision. This is the car defect found not only in this […]

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Keyless Ignition Systems Could Prove to be a Fatal Feature in Your Car

A lot may be impressed by those new keyless ignition systems being offered by the latest car models. Not everyone is enamored by this technological development in the automotive industry, though, as critics are quick to point out that this feature could, in fact, prove to be fatal. According to the president of safety group […]

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Biggest Airbag Recall in U.S. History is About to Get Bigger

The struggles of Takata, Japanese supplier for automotive safety, is far from over. The company has been in the throes of a massive recall–the largest in the automotive history, so it’s been dubbed–of their defective airbags, and the end is looking nowhere in sight. Originally, some 24 million vehicles from 14 manufacturers sold in the […]

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Airbag Deployment Issues Cause 3.5 Million Nissan Recalls

Car manufacturer Nissan is stepping on the brakes in the distribution of its 3.5 million vehicles because of a possible airbag malfunction. This was the report stated on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) website on Friday. Airbag Deployment Issue The recalled vehicles include some 622,000 Sentras from the 2013 to 2016 lines. According […]

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