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Two Senate Democrats say consumers should be entitled to free loaners or rental cars on any type of safety recall, not just ones with high-risk parts or the rare "do not drive" order.
Nearly two-thirds of vehicles in the United States with defective Takata airbag inflators remain unrepaired as automakers have made varying degrees of progress addressing the largest recall ever.
A new lawsuit accuses the federal government of being too slow to implement rules requiring that rear seat vehicle passengers be warned when they fail to buckle their seat belts.
The Center for Auto Safety has appointed an official with a track record in federal government consumer protection agencies as its new executive director, the advocacy group said Tuesday
Uber fatality puts confidence in AVs to the test; VW HQ searched; Mitsu Eclipse Cross ads; Closer look eek at Kia K900; Ford dealer council chief on EVs, education; EV on Pikes Peak.
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