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Recalled cars can stay on the road for years

Cars that have been recalled can remain on the road for years - and even continue rolling off the assembly line.

Saturday - 08/09/2014, 06:27pm EDT

Tags: recalls,

US safety agency probes VW SUV lighting problem

Friday - 11/08/2013, 01:40pm EST

Tags: Volkswagen,

July brings uptick in vehicle thefts in U.S.

July is National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month the same month that sees an increase in vehicle thefts around the country.

Tuesday - 07/09/2013, 09:02am EDT

Tags: car theft, National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month, Nick Iannelli

Memorial Day weekend one of the most dangers for drivers

Memorial Day weekend can be a dangerous time of year on the roads with more people traveling and attending parties and barbecues.

Friday - 05/24/2013, 05:40am EDT

Tags: drunk driving, Washington Regional Alcohol Program, Memorial Day, driving, travel

High percentage of D.C. deaths were pedestrians

A new report shows that more than half of those killed in traffic accidents in the nation's capital in 2010 were pedestrians.

Tuesday - 08/07/2012, 08:14am EDT

Tags: pedestrian

Monetary incentive could cut down on lead foot drivers

Researchers recently tested the theory that giving drivers money to slow down would prevent them from putting the pedal to the metal.

Sunday - 08/05/2012, 01:58pm EDT

Tags: speeding

Find your recalls

A luxury vehicle experienced a complete brake failure. Fortunately, the driver was able to put the car in manual transmission, slow the vehicle and use the emergency brake to stop it without incident.

Friday - 06/01/2012, 11:58am EDT

Tags: Shirley Rooker, Call for Action, recalls,

Tech solutions may not stop distracted driving

As federal leaders, safety advocates and automakers come together to address the issue of distracted driving, some potential technological solutions are being shown to have unintended consequences.

Thursday - 03/15/2012, 11:32am EDT

Tags: distracted driving, Adam Tuss, David Strickland, U.S. Department of Transportation, cellphone