Volvo, a car company synonymous with safety, is taking it one step further by introducing speed limits on its cars.
Fully autonomous cars that could pick up passengers and take them to their destinations will be ready by the end of this year, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Subaru is recalling 783,000 vehicles to replace dangerous Takata airbag inflators in two recalls that include the 2010--2014 Subaru Tribeca, WRX, Legacy, 2010--2011 Subaru Impreza and 2010--2013 Subaru Forester.
In August 2018, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety released a report on the status of autonomous, or driverless, vehicles.
Volvo recently released a statement involving what is to be used for windshield replacements on its vehicles. According to the company, it wants only original equipment manufacturer (OEM) auto glass used.
Since launching General Motors’ Collision Repair Network in August 2018, the company has received a great response from the program, said Kris Mayer, general director, wholesale channel of GM’s Customer Care and Aftersales.
Ford Motor Co. issued a recall on Jan. 4 of nearly 1 million vehicles in North America with a risk of flying shrapnel caused by exploding Takata airbag inflators.
General Motors recently announced that it is doubling the amount of resources it will allocate toward the development of electric and autonomous vehicles over the next two years.