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Tag Archives: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
There’s been a reoccurring diesel theme around here lately, with the engines clearly gaining traction in North America. But it seems that things might not be quite as bright and rosy as I thought. A number of Volkswagen and Audi TDI owners … Continue reading
Toyota has paid an additional $32.425 million in fines to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration due to the poor timeliness of certain recalls.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has proposed a law which would require automakers to install backup cameras on all cars by 2014.
Toyota will be recalling about 17,000 Lexus HS250h vehicles due to risk of excessive fuel leakage during a rear-end impact. Okay, Toyota, this isn’t funny anymore.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is launching an investigation into the Dodge Caliber concerning sticky pedals.
Toyota has agreed to pay the $16.4 million fine issued to them by the NHTSA recently, but still denies any wrongdoing, stating that they paid the fine to simply avoid any more problems.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Toyota may have delayed the US floor mat recall of the Venza by six weeks.
The 2010 Acura ZDX is going to be recalled for an issue with the airbags.
Toyota will be running safety tests on all their SUVs following Consumer Reports‘ findings on the Lexus GX 460. Also, Japanese news outlet Nikkei reports that Toyota may already have a fix for the issue, and it will soon be … Continue reading
Detroit Free Press reports that the NHTSA would’ve fined Toyota an enormous $13.8 billion if it weren’t for the $16.375 million cap set by the federal government.