Audit report faults U.S. oversight of auto safety recalls, Takata inflatorsJuly 18
Ford agrees to $299.1 million Takata 'economic loss' settlementJuly 16
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.
Tesla facing 3rd probe into workplace safety at Calif. factoryJuly 5
Toyota recalls 115,000 Lexus vehicles in U.S. for risk of fuel leakJune 26
Joyson Safety Systems names Guido Durrer as CEOJune 22
Tesla must fix 'flaws' in Autopilot after fatal crash, consumer group saysJune 8
Consumers Union urged Tesla to fix what it termed "flaws" in the company's driver-assistance system after a preliminary federal report said a driver did not have his hands on the vehicle's steering wheel in the final six seconds before a fatal crash.
Kia recalls 507,000 vehicles in U.S. for airbag glitchJune 8
Honda confirms new Takata airbag rupture in fatal Malaysia crashJune 1
Honda confirmed that a Takata airbag inflator had ruptured in a fatal crash earlier this week in Malaysia in what appears to be the 23rd death worldwide linked to the faulty part that can emit deadly metal fragments.
Uber self-driving car failed to recognize pedestrian, brake in Ariz. fatality, U.S. findsMay 24
An Uber autonomous vehicle that struck and killed a woman in Arizona in March failed to identify the pedestrian or to brake, raising serious questions about its performance, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a preliminary report released Thursday.