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Snow Tires VS All-Season Tires

Winter is coming around any day now, and a question we “Northerners” think about is: Do I need snow tires on my vehicle?

This is what Bridgestone recommends on their site: 185 more words


Steel: The Key to a Better Environment

In our journey to “go green” and be more environmentally friendly, we sometimes overlook the big picture in exchange for quick fixes. As you may have heard, the… 447 more words


Ford cuts ties with Takata as airbag inflator supplier

Ford will not be using air bag inflators made by Takata in future vehicles, another blow to the troubled Japanese parts supplier as the auto industry continues to shun its product. 391 more words


Hyundai Recalls 305K Sedans For Brake Light Issues

Following someone who constantly “rides the brake,” as they say, can be a frustrating experience. But if that car ahead of you is a Hyundai, it might not be the driver’s fault: the carmaker recently recalled nearly 305,000 Sonatas because the brake lights might stay on, even when the driver isn’t pressing the pedal.  140 more words

Brief Update on Highway Bill from IWLA Washington Representative

Funding for highway transportation projects expires this Friday, Nov. 20. The U.S. House and Senate conferees appointed to hash out the differences between the chambers’ contrasting highway funding measures had originally hoped to get a bill to President Barack Obama before Thanksgiving — or maybe even this Friday –  but the House just announced that it will vote to extend federal transportation funding for another two weeks (until Dec. 447 more words

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Regulators Close Investigation Into Ford Door Latch Issues

More than a year after opening a probe into why the door latches on certain Ford vehicles refused to stay shut, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration closed the door (horrible pun) on the investigation after determining a… 196 more words

Honda has the most high risk models in Takata air bag recall

DETROIT (AP) – Cars and trucks from the 2008 model year or older originally sold or registered in high humidity areas along the U.S. Gulf Coast are getting top priority for repairs as the government commences the massive Takata air bag inflator recall. 88 more words