Center for Auto Safety
Ditlow was auto safety 'guardian angel'Mon, 14, Nov 2016
Proponents of driverless cars will need to answer these questionsMon, 24, Oct 2016
Crash test dummies get in back seat to make Uber riders saferWed, 25, May 2016
VW failed to report death, 3 injuries linked to vehicles to NHTSAMon, 02, Nov 2015
Measure to permit more rental cars under recall draws fireFri, 10, Jul 2015
Calif. recall bill would tighten used-car loopholesFri, 20, Mar 2015
GM’s Treasury bailout records shouldn’t be secret, U.S. judge toldWed, 21, Jan 2015
Jeep drivers still dying in gas tank fires 18 months into recallFri, 09, Jan 2015
Takata airbag rupture in Japan signals more automaker recallsWed, 26, Nov 2014
Japan's transportation ministry said a Takata airbag ruptured in a model not covered by existing recalls, suggesting automakers may have to expand safety campaigns to replace the devices linked to five deaths.
Takata recalls more defective airbag inflators prone to ruptureSat, 01, Nov 2014
Takata, adding to questions about the scope of defects in its products, made another 30,687 inflators with an incorrect part that can lead to damaging airbag ruptures in newer vehicles, U.S. regulators disclosed Saturday.
Takata airbag recalls should include newer cars, watchdog saysFri, 31, Oct 2014
GM lawsuit poses danger to future bailouts, Treasury saysThu, 30, Oct 2014
The Treasury Department says confidential information it received during the GM bailout should stay secret, otherwise at-risk companies needing government help in the future might not be willing to share data.