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KickingTiresThe 2011 Ford Fiesta won the honor of Top Safety Pick in the minicar category by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The award applies to the four-door sedan and five-door hatchback body styles. To earn the award, a vehicle......
KickingTiresFord is recalling 462,750 Windstar minivans from the 1998 to 2003 model years due to a rear axle that can fracture over time when exposed to corrosive materials used on roads in cold-weather areas. The corrosion and stress can lead......
KickingTiresWith journalists and firefighters gathered nearby, members of the Chicago Fire Department ripped apart an already battered Chevy Volt last week. No, it wasn???t retribution for Chevrolet???s sponsorship of last season???s Green Bay Packers. It???s part of...
Tags: U.S. Department of Energy, Fires, Health, Punishment, Crimes
KickingTiresIn what city are you least likely to get in a car crash? For the past six years, Allstate Insurance Co. has conducted yearly studies to answer that question. By sifting through the insurer???s auto claims, Allstate is able to......
Tags: Colorado, Idaho, Insurance, New York City, Iowa
KickingTiresCelebrities get in car accidents just like everyone else. This morning, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was in a car accident in downtown Boston today that seriously damaged his Audi S8 sedan and the other vehicle, a Mercury Villager......
Tags: ESPN (tv network), Vehicles, Football, Tom Brady, Athletes
KickingTiresU.S. traffic fatalities are at a record low despite drivers traveling farther than they did in 2008, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. A National Highway Traffic Safety Administration study of traffic injuries and fatalities in 2009...
KickingTiresJames Winner, who came up with the famous, ubiquitous steering-wheel lock that???s known simply as ???The Club,??? died earlier this week in a car accident. He was 81 years old. The original Club, which is still sold, is a long......
KickingTiresAutomakers are certainly experiencing a rebound these days as sales are climbing. The boost in their coffers has led to an explosion of new models, and the auto-show season is the time to introduce them to the world. This makes......
KickingTiresEven as traffic fatalities have dropped to historic lows over the past few years, more people who are killed in car accidents are testing positive for drug use, according to a report by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In......
KickingTiresNearly 20% of all car crashes and 12% of near crashes are caused by fatigue or sleeping behind the wheel, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The accidents amount to 100,000 deaths or injuries each year. Many of......
Reality CheckBucky reports on tonight's Amazing Race, possibly from his sickbed:OK, tonight’s recap will be shorter than usual, because I’ve got a major case of flu, pneumonia or possibly one of several paramyxoviridae diseases that I’m not sure what...
Tags: Getaway Travel, Health, Vehicles, Common Cold, Tokyo (Japan)
KickingTiresHyundai is recalling 95,783 Elantra compact cars from the 2007-08 model years due to a faulty sensor related to the driver???s airbag, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The sensor relays how far away the seat is from......
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