Ford Recalls 680,000 Cars; Seat Belts May Not Hold In CrashFord is recalling more than 680,000 midsize sedans mainly in North America because the front seat belts may not hold people in a crash.
NTTA To Limit Lane And Road Closures Until New YearConstruction on the Dallas North Tollway has often tested even the most patient drivers.
BMW Recalls Over 150,000 Vehicles Because Engines Could StallBMW is recalling more than 154,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. and Canada to fix a wiring problem that can cause engines to stall.
Ford Adds 1.5M Vehicles To Door Latch RecallFord is adding about 1.5 million cars, SUVs and vans to a recall for doors that can pop open while the vehicles are moving.
Ford Recalls Over 88K Vehicles Due To Stalling ProblemFord is recalling more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the engines can stall without warning due to a fuel pump problem.
New Female-Only Ride Share App May Launch In DallasThe butt of jokes for years, many passengers may actually prefer female drivers.
Small SUVs Do Poorly In Insurance Industry Headlight TestsThe tests -- which began earlier this year -- measure the amount of usable light provided by low beams and high beams on straight roads and curves.
AAA Says Not All Gasoline Is The SameMany motorists are clogging their car's engine by not using gasoline with enough added detergents.
U.S. Auto Sales Expected To Hit Record In First 6 MonthsU.S. auto sales may be slowing, but they're still expected to set a record in the first six months of this year. Sales through June were expected to be up 2 percent over last year.
Volkswagen Settles Emissions-Cheating Cases For $14.7BVolkswagen is agreeing to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests by taking steps that will cost the company $14.7 billion.
Seven Automakers Add 4.4M Vehicles To Takata RecallSeven automakers are adding nearly 4.4 million vehicles to the massive Takata air bag inflator recall.
8 Automakers Recall Over 12M Vehicles For Takata Air BagsEight automakers are recalling more than 12 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace Takata air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.