Toyota has announced recalls involving more than 1.7 million vehicles worldwide due to faulty parts that could result in fuel leakage.
Whether you use it to make a phone call or to lend a soundtrack to your jog, mobile phones and MP3 players have become a staple in many people's lives. Their constant presence has already drawn attention to the ways they make our roads more dangerous, but now the focus is shifting to our sidewalks.
Defibrillators, medical devices designed to save lives, have been the subject of an increasing number of recalls, including 17 in 2009. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recommended more rigorous testing for the devices in an effort to reduce their design and manufacturing flaws.
General Motors (GM) is expanding a previous recall to include 26,751 trucks and SUVs. There is a problem with the vehicles' rear axles that may cause the defective parts to lock.
We're gearing up for another season of Road Radio USA shows and my firm is excited to take the program to more western PA schools. For those of you who aren't familiar with Road Radio, it's a multi-media assembly that uses music, lights, and education to teach middle school students the dangers of underage drinking, drunk driving, and other destructive behaviors.
Some car insurance companies are changing their rates because recent research shows that a common assumption about teen drivers may not be true – teen girls aren't necessarily more responsible drivers than boys.