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Hyundai, Kia Recall 1.2M Vehicles Over Engine Failure

Realizing that a non-moving car is a useless car, Kia and Hyundai have recalled nearly 1.2 million vehicles in the U.S. over concerns about engine failure. 206 more words

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You'll never look at a bus the same way again: Notable crash test videos from the archives

In one of the more obscure corners of the internet, it is possible to find archived video of every single crash test ever conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. 1,230 more words

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Ford Recalls 441,000 Vehicles Over Fire Risk, Door Latch Issues

Driving a car that is on fire or that has doors popping open is impressive, but not recommended. For that reason, you should be aware of Ford’s latest recalls. 468 more words

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Maserati is Recalling certain 2017 Levante vehicles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 22, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –

Software error may cause Shift to Neutral or Stall

If the transmission shifts into neutral unexpectedly or if the engine shuts down without warning, it can increase the risk of a crash. 134 more words

Motorsports

Polaris is Recalling certain 2017 Slingshot, Slingshot SL, and Slingshot SLR vehicles

WASHINGTON, D.C. – March 21, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –

Loose Steering/Suspension Connections

Reduced steering and/or suspension performance can affect vehicle handling, increasing the risk of a crash. 149 more words

Powersports

The Dangers Of Driving While Drowsy

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — AAA MidAtlantic says drowsy driving is to blame for one in five fatal crashes in the U.S.

The findings now has one government agency calling for a crackdown to put to end to this dangerous trend. 317 more words

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Organization Calling For Effort To Reduce Accidents Due To Drowsy Driving

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – One in five fatal crashes involves drowsy driving, according to AAA. Now, a government organization wants to see changes to help reduce those accidents. 217 more words

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