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'Inadequate Safety Culture' to Blame for Uber's Automated Vehicle Crash

'Inadequate Safety Culture' to Blame for Uber's Automated Vehicle Crash

During a board meeting held to determine the probable cause of the March 2018 crash in Tempe, Ariz., the NTSB said an Uber Technologies Inc. division’s “inadequate safety culture” contributed to the fatal collision between an Uber automated test vehicle and a pedestrian.

November 24, 2019

Insurer Cuts Uber Ties, Deems Ride-Hailing Too Risky
Tesla's Smart Summon Causing Collisions

Tesla's Smart Summon Causing Collisions

One user's Tesla was backed into by another car; another user's social media post shows a Tesla narrowly avoiding a collision with a different car in parking lot.

September 30, 2019

Hurricane Dorian Will Bring More Flood-Damaged Cars to Used Market
Gas Shortages, Airport Closures, and Crisis Assist Ahead of Hurricane Dorian
LexisNexis Introduces Tool that Finds Correct Owners of Recalled Vehicles
What Happens When Autonomous Technology Goes Wrong?
Mazda Recalls Three Models for Engine Software

Mazda Recalls Three Models for Engine Software

Mazda is recalling approximately 262,220 2018-2019 CX-5 compact SUVs and Mazda6 midsize sedans, as well as 2019 Mazda3 compact sedans because a software error in the powertrain control module may cause the engine to stall.

July 15, 2019

Waymo Expands Its Self-Driving Shuttle Service to California
1 in 6 Uber, Lyft Vehicles Have Current Safety Recall, Study Finds
Recalls Rise 13%, Affected Vehicles Fall in 2018

Recalls Rise 13%, Affected Vehicles Fall in 2018

While the number of recalls increased to 914 in 2018 as compared to 810 in 2017, the number of affected vehicles fell to 29.3 million as compared with 30.6 million in 2017, according to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data.

April 8, 2019

New Jersey Forming Autonomous Vehicle Task Force
Las Vegas Digitizes Roadway Info for Autonomous Vehicle Testing
Kia Recalls Vehicles Again to Address Engine Fires

Kia Recalls Vehicles Again to Address Engine Fires

Despite the government shutdown, Kia is recalling approximately 68,000 vehicles in the U.S. because of a fuel injector pipe issue that can potentially lead to engine fires, reports the Associated Press.

January 17, 2019

NHTSA Suspends Recall Updates During Federal Shutdown