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Motorcyclist Sues GM Over Self-Driving Crash

January 30, 2018

Motorcyclist Sues GM Over Self-Driving Crash A San Francisco motorcyclist is suing General Motors after he was struck on the highway by one of their self-driving vehicles, the GM Cruise AV. Self-driving vehicles, or autonomous vehicles, have been part of the automobile conversation for several years. We’ve seen prototypes from Google, Tesla and General Motors,…

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Jeep Grand Cherokee Again Tops Quarterly Vehicle Safety Watch List

March 1, 2017

Jeep Grand Cherokee Again Tops Quarterly Vehicle Safety Watch List The Safety Institute released the Quarterly Vehicle Safety Watch List this month and Jeep Grand Cherokee again took the top 2 spots. Plagued with power train issues, 2014-2015 Jeep Grand Cherokees have held the #1 and #2 positions since November 2016. The report monitors NHTSA…

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CarMax Ordered to Disclose Open Recalls on Vehicles

December 22, 2016

CarMax Ordered to Disclose Open Recalls on Vehicles CarMax recently settled with the Federal Trade Commission in response to charges they were advertising their cars as safe but not disclosing open recalls. Along with 2 other large auto dealerships, Carmax must now fully inform customers of any open/unrepaired recalls before finalizing the sale of a…

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Chevy Claims 5 of Top 10 spots on Vehicle Safety Watch List

August 29, 2016

  Chevy Claims 5 of Top 10 spots on Vehicle Safety Watch List Once again, GM, and Chevy specifically, dominates the Quarterly Vehicle Safety Watch List as reported by The Safety Institute. Last quarter, the Chevy Cobalt claimed the 1st and 2nd spot on the Watch List for manufactured years 2006 and 2010 respectively. This…

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No Accident: Inside GM’s deadly ignition switch scandal – Atlanta Magazine

January 10, 2016

No Accident: Inside GM’s deadly ignition switch scandal Marietta attorney Lance Cooper was looking for answers behind a single crash. What he found led to a recall of 30 million vehicles. Over the years, as he’s represented victims and survivors of horrific car accidents, Cooper has come to believe that federal regulations can do only…

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