The auto giant has announced another air bag recall in order to meet safety standards.
Fiat Chrysler issued a worldwide recall for 1.9 million cars over an airbag defect that has been associated with three deaths and five injuries.
The government warns owners of certain older Hondas and Acuras to stop driving those cars immediately because of high-risk air bags.
Self-driving cars may be in the hands of the average American in about 10 years.
NHTSA is recalling over 2.12 million previously recalled cars after the original repair was not effective in some cars.
As recalls increase, so does the number of drivers who get their vehicles repaired
The Chrysler Group has announced a recall of 349,442 cars for a potential problem that can cause the ignition key to become stuck or inadvertently move.
Faulty ignition switches may have been used as replacement parts on other cars, GM finds.
Nearly 3.8 million Graco car seats are being recalled, while more car seats are under investigation.
Chrysler has announced three recalls affecting 1.2 million Dodge Ram pickups for steering system problems.