EPA staff disputed claim fuel efficiency plan would save livesAug. 14
As the Trump administration moves to freeze vehicle fuel efficiency standards, some regulatory officials have disputed the Transportation Department rationale that the plan would significantly cut traffic deaths, internal documents made public show.
Ford offers dealers $1,000 bonuses to fix recalled RangersAug. 7
California returns fire at Trump's call to rescind its authorityAug. 7
Trump said CAFE re-do will help auto workers. Will it?Aug. 7
President Donald Trump framed his decision to revisit fuel-economy regulations as a move to help American auto workers. But some experts and agencies say those workers may be less in-demand if the proposal takes effect.
NHTSA restarts effort to upgrade NCAPAug. 6
NHTSA's King: No more 'super-secret' dealsAug. 5
NHTSA chief Heidi King says the Trump administration's proposal to curtain the government's fuel-economy program is the result of a more transparent, consumer-driven policy that will put innovative technology in the hands of more drivers.
Attorney sees industry input as key to safety standardsJuly 30
Audit report faults U.S. oversight of auto safety recalls, Takata inflatorsJuly 18
NHTSA presses automakers to make Takata airbag recall plans publicJuly 13
Self-driving cars don't need oversight yet, U.S. regulator saysJuly 12
It's premature to regulate the self-driving vehicles being tested by companies such as GM and Waymo, the government's top auto safety official said, reaffirming NHTSA's commitment to a hands-off approach to autonomous-vehicle development.