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Takata Pleading Guilty to Wire Fraud

In a settlement reached with the U.S. Department of Justice, Takata Corp. has agreed to plead guilty to wire fraud and pay $1 billion in criminal penalties arising from the sale of defective air bag inflators. Video courtesy of CNBC. For the full story, click here.

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How to Jump-Start a Battery

Batteries tend to die at the most inopportune times, right? Here's a quick review of how to safely jump-start your battery to get back on the road. Video courtesy of Advance Auto Parts. For the full fleet safety tip, click here.

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Safety Tip: Jump-Starting the Right Way

AAA provides advice on how to safely jump-start a dead vehicle battery.

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Video: Takata to Pay $1B in Criminal Penalties

Three executives with the giant automotive supplier are also charged with wire fraud and conspiracy.

Photo of Toyota Sienna by Sasukekun22 via Wikimedia Commons.

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Toyota Recalls More Takata Air Bags

The recall expansion, due to get under way in February, affects approximately 543,000 additional vehicles in the U.S.

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Ford Upgrades Autonomous Test Vehicles

Ford's Jim McBride explains the 2017 improvements to Ford's autonomous Fusion Hybrid test vehicles during an interview at CES 2017. Video courtesy of Autoline Network.

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Slick Roads? Then Slow Down!

When roads are icy or wet, it's time to slow down -- or this can happen. The crashes in this video were captured on traffic cameras in Overland Park, Kan., during December 2016 and January 2017. Video courtesy of the City of Overland Park.

Photo of Volvo XC60 courtesy of Volvo.

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Volvo Recalls Multiple 2017 Models for Air Bags

The recall includes 377 2017-model year S60 and S60 Cross Country, V60 and V60 Cross Country, and XC60 vehicles.

Photo courtesy of Ford.

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Ford Expands Recall for Takata Air Bags

This latest action affects more than 654,000 Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicles in the U.S.

         Deborah Hersman

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Safety Council Head to Advise DOT on Automation

National Safety Council CEO Deborah Hersman will provide the Department of Transportation counsel on issues related to the use of automation to prevent road deaths.

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