Takata's U.S. bankruptcy plan approved by judgeFeb. 17
Fiat Chrysler to recall 228,508 trucks to fix shifter issueFeb. 16
NHTSA falling behind on auto regulations, lawmakers sayFeb. 14
Takata, U.S. government tangle over victim paymentsFeb. 13
Airbag supplier Takata and the U.S. government have agreed how to divvy up $850 million in restitution payments to automakers, but the two still are debating in court over which victims will receive the remaining $125 million.
Safety gains from heavier vehicles may be cited as reason to cut mpg targetsFeb. 13
Takata, injured drivers reach deal that will likely end U.S. bankruptcyFeb. 11
White House weighs big cuts to mpg rulesFeb. 10
The Trump administration is looking at ways to reduce future fuel economy standards for automobiles in a move to appease carmakers, who have asked to ease future targets put in place under President Obama.
Don't change rules of roadFeb. 12
California gears up for Trump battle on car-emissions rulesFeb. 3
A sign full autonomy still far offFeb. 5
Companies piloting self-driving vehicles on California streets have provided state regulators a peek into the latest inner workings of their real-world tests. The big takeaway? Many are still a long way from letting drivers take their hands off the wheel.