Tesla released data about crash tests, showing that it not only earned 5-star ratings from NHTSA in every category, but proved to be safer than any other car on the road.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released guidelines today for automakers to build nondistracting electronics into cars, but fell short of passing regulations.
A proposed NHTSA safety standard will require a brake-throttle override system on all vehicles.
The Chevy Volt and other electric vehicles are still safe to drive, says the NHTSA after a side collision test with the Volt sparked concerns.
Automotive News reports on a potential safety problem with Ford floor mats.
The NHTSA proposes rules for how keyless ignitions in cars should work.
After a preliminary NHTSA study showed a fire in a crash-tested Volt was caused by coolant leakage, GM begins a program to reinforce the Volt's battery pack.
A new rule passed today by the US Department of Transportation mandates rear-view cameras in all cars built from May 1, 2018.
GM found itself in the hot seat after a Volt caught fire three weeks after crash tests, leading the NHTSA to question all EV makers about battery safety.
After an alert by the NHTSA, Toyota issues a recall to fix floor mats in seven models.