Toyota has agreed to pay $1.2 billion for issues associated with the 2009-2010 recalls.
The 2014 Toyota Teen Driver Video Challenge offers more than $100,000 to teen drivers.
One in 4 parents said that they have driven without their children buckled in a car seat or booster seat.
Motorcycle deaths are on the rise and are now approaching an all-time high.
There isn’t enough being done to protect older kids and teens in the rear seats of cars.
About 3.4 million cars are being recalled for a problem with the front passenger air bag.
A new smartphone app provides consumers with recalls and other car safety info directly from the NHTSA.
The Honda Civic, Lincoln MKZ, Mazda 6, Subaru Forester and Volvo XC90 all received top scores in crash-test ratings.
Pet restraints will soon get their own crash test standards for their ability to restrain animals in cars.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety unveiled a new crash test and most cars don’t fare so well.