NHTSA Rejects Nissan’s Request

On January 16th the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) rejected a request from Nissan regarding vehicle safety testing procedures. The automaker petitioned for a change to the electrical sho... Read More...

Rules Being Drafted to Require V2V Technology in Future Cars and Trucks

The US Government is beginning to draft policies to require vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) technology to be included in new cars and light trucks. V2V technology uses a radio signal to transmit the vehicle’s location, speed, and other information to warn drivers of a potential accident. 

New Automotive Safety Standard Released by NHTSA

On Monday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced the release of a new safety standard that will require all new cars and light trucks to be equipped with rearview cameras by May 2018. This federal standard was mandated in 2011 by Congress, but was delayed due to holdups and a lawsuit.