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Don't Use Social Media Behind The Wheel: 9 People Per Day Are Killed In Crashes Involving Distracted Drivers

Distracted driving comes in many forms, from talking on the phone, to messing with a navigation system, or posing for selfies on the latest social media app. 742 more words

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Ford To Try To Avoid Recall Of 2.5M Vehicles With Takata Airbags

Last week, federal regulators revealed that millions of additional Ford, Nissan, and Mazda vehicles would be recalled for containing Takata airbag inflators that could explode violently despite containing a chemical meant to lessen the risk of the shrapnel-shooting ruptures. 406 more words

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Honda Accord Recall

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that Honda has recalled 1,148,550 vehicles because of a battery fire hazard. More specifically, the recall is for 2013-2016 Honda Accords.  94 more words

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The necessary violence of life-saving airbags

It was 5 p.m. on a perfect summer evening. Melissa Moore, 54, was driving her 2017 Subaru Forester on the rural highway just outside Whitehall, Michigan, the town where she lives. 930 more words

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Honda Recalls 2.1M Accord Sedans Over Increased Battery Fire Risk

For the second time today we’re telling you about a potentially fiery situation leading to the recall of vehicles. This time involving nearly 2.1 million Honda vehicles that contain faulty battery sensors that increase the risk of engine fire.  182 more words

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Consumer Alert: Recall resources for drivers

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Now that Takata has added another 2.7 million airbags to its giant recall, it’s a good idea to check to see if yours have been recalled as well. 187 more words

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Carbon monoxide concerns reported in 6 APD units in less than a week

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Austin Police Department says it is committed to take action after six officers have reported carbon monoxide leaks in Ford Explorer patrol vehicles in the last six days. 450 more words

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