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Automotive Defects

CES 2020 Features New Tech Safety Ideas for Vehicles

The 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2020) was held earlier this month in Las Vegas. This year’s technological showcase featured a great many new advances related to the “connected car” category, with many of these new advances going well beyond simply connecting devices. Many were designed to make driving safer. Here are some of the…

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Automotive Defects, Vehicle Safety

Mercedes Benz Recalls 744,000 Cars for Sunroof Defect

German carmaker Daimler AG, who makes Mercedes-Benz vehicles, has issued a recall for more than 744,000 cars in the United States because their optional panoramic sunroofs seem to have a tendency to detach. According to the recall filing with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the problem specifically affects all trims of these vehicles:…

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Automotive Defects, Recall

Two Massive Vehicle Recalls Texas Drivers Should Know About

There are at least two massive vehicle recalls from this month that should be of interest to vehicle owners in San Antonio and throughout Texas. Between the two, close to 5 million vehicles are affected. Nissan Recalls 1.2 million-plus Vehicles This Week According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Nissan North America has…

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Automotive Defects, Recall

NHTSA Investigating Hyundai, Kia Vehicles That Catch Fire

After considerable prodding by a number of safety groups, on Monday, federal regulators at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that they have launched two new investigations into vehicles that have reportedly burst into flames without being involved in a crash. The Investigations Come After Many Warnings These investigations come nearly six months…

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Automotive Defects, Recall

Fiat Chrysler Recalls Ram Pickups

The constant stream of automotive recalls that has been happening for the last several years shows no signs of slowing down. That may be seen as a good thing since it means automakers are taking problems seriously and not allowing them to get worse before they take responsibility. Still, it might be better if they…

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Automotive Defects, Recall