Toyota To Pay Up To $3.4 Billion To Settle US Truck LawsuitToyota will pay up to $3.4 billion to settle a class action lawsuit brought by U.S. pickup truck and SUV owners whose vehicles lacked adequate rust protection.
Traffic Alert: Road Closures To Know About This WeekBefore you head out tonight, there's a traffic alert you may want to heed.
Never Too Early To Be Prepared For Snow And IceTo cover the 16 counties of North Texas, both TxDOT Fort Worth and TxDOT Dallas have a combined 325 dump trucks, sanders and deicers, along with 570 people that can hit the roads around the clock for winter events.
Plano Adjusting Ways Its Traffic Lights WorkPlano drivers may notice a change in how their stoplights function during their daily commutes.
Lawmaker Renews Effort To Eliminate Toll RoadsA Texas lawmaker is renewing an effort to build toll roads then get rid of the tolls as soon as they're paid off.
Hwy 121 Open After Downed Power Lines Shut It DownA lightning strike is suspected for causing a power line to fall into Highway 121 on Tuesday evening, creating a total shutdown of lanes in both directions.
U.S. Ends Ford Pickup Probe Without Seeking RecallU.S. safety regulators have closed an investigation into power brake assist failures in Ford F-150 pickup trucks without seeking a recall.
Auto Repair Shops Struggle With Hail Damage DemandsYou might think that auto repair shops are rubbing their hands with excitement over all the business the hailstorms brought.
Reports: Fiat Chrysler To Buy Back About 300,000 PickupsFiat Chrysler will buy back about 300,000 Ram pickup trucks in the biggest such action in U.S. history as part of a potentially expensive deal with U.S. safety regulators to settle legal problems in about two-dozen recall.
I-Team: Where On I-35 In DFW Do The Most Crashes Happen?No place along I-35E in North Texas do more vehicle accidents happen than on the mile stretch just west of downtown Dallas between Riverfront Blvd. and Commerce St.
DPS Checks Thousands Of Vehicles During Roadcheck Texas troopers have sidelined nearly 1,900 vehicles as part of the three-day nationwide safety effort called Roadcheck 2014.
NHTSA To Require Rearview Cameras In New VehiclesThe U.S. Department of Transportation is issuing a final safety rule that requires rearview technology in many new vehicles. The move is an effort to reduce deaths and serious injuries caused by backup accidents.