Safety

This Just In: Laws of Physics Still Apply

This Just In: Laws of Physics Still ApplyBigger, heavier vehicles protect passengers better and do more damage to smaller cars. Duh.

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Louisiana Could Restrict How Dogs Travel in Pickup Beds

Louisiana Could Restrict How Dogs Travel in Pickup BedsThe Louisiana Legislature is considering restricting how dogs travel in the beds of pickup trucks.

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NHTSA Closes Investigation on Ford EcoBoost Issues

NHTSA Closes Investigation on Ford EcoBoost IssuesThe specific conditions have been sufficiently addressed with several intake and air cooler modifications.

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Ford Videos Aim to Prove Toughness of 2015 F-150

Ford Videos Aim to Prove Toughness of 2015 F-150Ford can say the new 2015 Ford F-150 made from aluminum is tough, but they want you to see video proof.

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Recall Alert: 2009-2010 Toyota Tacoma

Recall Alert: 2009-2010 Toyota TacomaIn this recall, electrical connections can be compromised if wiring rubs when the steering wheel is turned.

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New GM Towing Mirrors Debut on Silverado High Country HDs

New GM Towing Mirrors Debut on Silverado High Country HDsGM has finally updated their towing mirrors, set to debut on the new Chevy Silverado HD High Country

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Recall Alert: 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500

Recall Alert: 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500All 2014 GM half-ton pickups are subject to a recall to check an oil cooler hose fitting at the 6L80 transmission.

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New F-150 Will Be First Pickup With LED Headlights

New F-150 Will Be First Pickup With LED HeadlightsThe new Ford F-150 will be the first pickup truck to sport durable, longer-lasting LED headlights.

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Ridgeline Is Only Honda Without High-Tech Rearview Camera

Ridgeline Is Only Honda Without High-Tech Rearview CameraThis midsize pickup is the only vehicle in Honda's lineup that doesn't have an advanced camera tech.

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Toyota, Justice Department Agree on $1.2 Billion Settlement

Toyota, Justice Department Agree on $1.2 Billion SettlementToyota will pay out a $1.2 billion settlement, the largest criminal penalty against any U.S. automaker.

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