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NHTSA Fines Takata for Airbag Probe Violations

The U.S. government will fine Japanese airbag maker Takata Corp. $14,000 per day for failing to fully cooperate in a long-running probe of defective airbags. Five deaths, including one in Jan. 2015, have been linked to the defects and more than 18 million… Read More

Teen Drivers And Intersections: A Dangerous Mix

Many teenagers look forward to the freedom of getting their drivers license, but its important they understand the responsibility that comes with driving.  An intersection is a very common place to experience a car accident because one or both parties… Read More

ASR Hip Settlement Eligibility Extended until January 2015

Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary DePuy have agreed to extend eligibility for its ASR defective hip implant settlement fund to patients who needed replacement hip surgery between Aug. 2013 and Jan. 31, 2015. The company expects to spend as much as… Read More

Texas Slow to Adopt Life-Saving Measures to Prevent Wrong-Way Crashes

The Lonestar State leads the nation in wrong-way accidents and collisions. Despite the fact that there have been nearly 3,500 wrong-way accidents in Texas over the past four years, the states Department of Transportation has adopted few of the recommended… Read More

Wrong-Way Driver Causes Head-on Collision in Haltom City

Two people were injured early this morning after a vehicle driving the wrong way in Haltom City struck another vehicle head on. The vehicle was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes of Airport Freeway at Minnis Drive at approximately 5 a.m. when… Read More

Denton Cracks Down On Distracted Drivers

In a move that's being called a good first step towards safer roads, Denton city officials have voted to ban texting while driving. Anyone caught texting and driving could face a $200 fine. Under the new rules, drivers will not be allowed to text, surf… Read More

Dad, Toddler Killed in Hill County Accident

A violent crash in Hill County over the weekend claimed the lives of a father and his 3-year-old daughter. The mother of the family, who was driving, was taken by helicopter to Baylor Scott and White Hillcrest Medical Center in Waco. A 6-year-old daughter… Read More

NHTSA Survey Reveals More Drugged Drivers and Less Drunk Drivers

There are fewer drunk drivers on the road, but their place has been taken by people high on marijuana and prescription drugs, according to two reports from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Survey: More People Driving Drugged The… Read More

University Develops App to Stop Teen Texting and Driving

Thousands of people every year lose their lives as a result of distracted driving. For teens and young adults, their cell phones can be the most distracting and dangerous device in their vehicle. The University of Minnesota has developed a smartphone… Read More

Houston Death Highlights Problems with Recalled Vehicles

Automakers have a responsibility to do everything in their power to inform consumers of problems in their vehicles and recalls that have been issued. They must take steps to reach all purchasers of their vehicles, which includes mailing notices, contacting… Read More