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Honda Odyssey Earns Rare Safety Designation

2014 model becomes first minivan to earn an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ ranking

Minivans should aspire to be the safest cars on the road. There's no other vehicle more tailored toward carrying children, ostensibly our most precious cargo, than the classic family hauler.

Honda Odyssey Under Investigation For Airbags That Spontaneously Deploy

NHTSA examining whether 320,000 cars need to be recalled

A grandmother sat in a parked Honda Odyssey waiting for her granddaughter to come out of a tutoring class in Hattiesburg, Miss., when an airbag in the vehicle spontaneously deployed.

One Year After Its Debut, The Flying Car Is Closer To Reality

The Terrafugia Transition made its debut at the New York Auto Show last year

What do a flying car and a vacuum cleaner have in common? Over the past two years, both have been the runaway success stories at the New York Auto Show.3

Honda Odyssey's New Onboard Vacuum Surprisingly Easy To Use

The idea came from the 6-year-old daughter of a Honda engineer

For all the millions of dollars automakers spend on research and development, one the most notable innovations on display at the New York Auto Show may have been culled from the imagination of a 6-year-old girl.

Personal Reason A Florida Lawmaker Wants To Ban Red-Light Cameras?

Daphne Campbell's husband has 5 red-light violations, newspaper says

Daphne Campbell, a Democratic state representative in Florida, said she had the best interests of her constituents in mind when she sponsored a bill that would outlaw red-light cameras in Florida. "My constituents complained and the people are hurting," she tells the Miami Herald.