Government Wants More Complaints On Auto Safety From U.S. DriversThe U.S. government wants more people to complain about auto safety problems.
Thanksgiving Rush For Turkeys Putting Poultry Workers At RiskEvery year, many of us sit down to a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving Day. But have you ever wondered how that bird made it to the table?
Hybrid, Electric Cars To Be Required To Make Noise At Slow SpeedsTransportation officials say the government is requiring new hybrid and electric cars to make noise when traveling at low speeds so that pedestrians, especially those who are blind or have poor eyesight, will hear them coming.
New NHTSA Rule Requires Hybrid, Electric Cars To Make Noise At Low SpeedsNew hybrid and electric cars are required to make noise when traveling at low speeds so that pedestrians will hear them coming.
Safety Features On New Cars Not Translating To Insurance DiscountsNew cars have many more safety features than models from even four or five years ago, but those slick new devices won’t get you much of a break on the price of your auto insurance.
Safety Tips For Trick-Or-Treaters On Halloween NightBoo! Here are some safety tips to ensure trick-or-treaters and their parents have a safe, fun and memorable Halloween
Halloween Safety TipsHalloween is a fun night of trick-or-treating for kids and a big responsibility for parents keeping them safe while crossing the street.
Oakland Launches Resilience Playbook To Deal With Long-Term ChallengesOakland has developed a comprehensive plan to address economic security, equitable jobs, housing, community safety and threats from climate change.
New Signs, Striping Aim To Improve Safety On Mount Diablo RoadsLooking to prevent accidents and confrontations between drivers and bicyclists, new striping and signs are in place on and along the narrow roadways up Mount Diablo.
Prosecutors Will Not Seek $562 Million Fine Against PG&EFederal prosecutors in the criminal pipeline safety trial of PG&E Co. have told the judge that they are giving up seeking an enhanced fine of up to $562 million if the utility is convicted.
Feds Seek Autopilot Data From Tesla As New Crash Reported Federal safety investigators are asking Palo Alto-based electric car maker Tesla Motors for details on how its Autopilot system works after as many as three crashes.
New Safety Net Protecting Fans At AT&T Park From Flying Balls, Broken BatsFans will notice something different at next week’s Giants home opener after new safety changes were made behind home plate.

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