Way to set an example for the kids there, Chief.
If the investigation leads to a recall, we could see 282,000 trucks involved.
The phrase was discovered during the US government's current investigation of the automaker.
South Korean regulators will probe other diesel-vehicle importers for potential violations.
FCA revises previous monthly sales numbers based on new reporting system.
Investigators are looking into claims that FCA fudged its year-end sales numbers last December.
Tesla CEO says Autopilot will remain active in cars so equipped despite a current investigation by the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration.
The NHTSA is collecting information from police, the driver, and Tesla to learn more about the Autopilot situation in a recent crash in Pennsylvania.
There have been over 150 complaints from owners of the 2011 to 2015 Explorer.
Recalls are coming and a government investigation is just beginning.
Volkwagen's efforts to define 'fix' for diesel emissions will likely be too late to meet late-April deadline.
In late 2015, two officers of the Blaine, Minnesota police department responded to an alarm call from the local Fleet Farm.
VW CEO Martin Winterkorn has issued a statement regarding EPA and CARB allegations that cars with its 2.0-liter TDI engine don't meet US emissions requirements. The automaker promises an external investigation.
After a one-year investigation, NHTSA is implementing changes to improve its oversight of vehicle safety. The agency is also asking an independent, three-person panel to monitor how these improvements are implemented.
A previous recall issued for the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango may not have been enough to fix an electrical problem that could lead to a fire, prompting the NHTSA to open a new investigation into the matter.
NHTSA is performing an engineering analysis on the 2013-2015 Versa and Versa Note because portions of the footwell might trap the driver's foot. This can cause unintended acceleration and delayed braking.
Formula One is getting safer all the time, but it's still a fundamentally dangerous way to make a living. That much was underscored when Jules Bianchi crashed during the Japanese Grand Prix nearly two months ago, sustaining serious head trauma. But in a display of how seriously the FIA takes the issue of safety, it convened a special panel to assess the incident. And now that panel has released its findings.