Parents have to buckle up their children in 3 point seat belts to drive them to school. But School Buses don’t. How much sense does that make?
Blue Bird is recalling 2014 All American and Conventional school buses
Blue Bird Corporation (Blue Bird) is recalling certain model year 2014 All American and Conventional school buses manufactured July 2, 2013, through October 3, 2013 and equipped with front suspension bolts marked with a “ZY” code on the bolt head.
Takata to set campaign alerting drivers on recall for its exploding airbag defect
Takata is planning extensive advertising campaign to first targeting high-humidity states like Texas and Florida for the consumers to get the exploding airbag defect fixed. NHTSA has already confirmed that Takata airbag rupture with metal shrapnel are most likely have a greater probability to occur due to prolonged exposure to high humidity.
Harman Kardon is being NHTSA Investigated for Hacking Vulnerabilities
NHTSA, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that it would investigate the supplier Harman Kardon after recent Fiat Chrysler Automobiles infotainment-hacking. Harman Kardon produces radios for automakers such as BMW, Subaru, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo as well as FCA.
Plaintiffs Lawyers Plan Their Moves After Fiat Chrysler Fine
By Amanda Bronstad Read the full article here http://www.nationallawjournal.com/home/id=1202733451629/Plaintiffs-Lawyers-Plan-Their-Moves-After-Fiat-Chrysler-Fine?mcode=1202615432992&curindex=0&slreturn=20150631002417
The Morning Risk Report: Auto Regulator Flexes Muscle
By JOEL SCHECTMAN “This signals that NHTSA is getting serious in its safety watchdog role,” said Todd Tracy, a Dallas-based attorney who specializes in product liability cases against automakers. “There was a sense that they had kept their head in the sand for far too long. You are going to see far more aggressive tactics […]