Over 57 Million Vehicles Remain Unfixed After Recalls

Categories: Personal Injury

Over 57 Million Vehicles Remain Unfixed After Recalls

Every year, auto manufacturers issue hundreds of safety-related recalls for their vehicles. According to a current Carfax.com estimate, there are at least 57 million recalled vehicles being driven in the United States in 2018. Carfax reports these findings annually, noting that the states of CA, TX, FL, PA and NY have the most open vehicle…

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Uber Touts Background Checks, but Are They Doing Enough?

Categories: Personal Injury

Uber Touts Background Checks, but Are They Doing Enough?

It has taken many years, but Uber last month finally announced safety upgrades that it says will help to keep its ride-hail customers in the U.S. safe. Uber stated that it would first add an emergency 911 feature like a panic button, which would connect a passenger directly with emergency personnel and to share the…

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How Would the Right-To-Repair Work with California’s Lemon Law?

Categories: Lemon Law

How Would the Right-To-Repair Work with California's Lemon Law?

DIYers and independent repair companies in California have been forced to repair complex electronic devices such as iPhones for years without any help from Apple and other major manufacturers. But a proposed law called the California Right to Repair Act could change that, and it may complement the state’s current Lemon Law. It states that…

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Is Tesla’s New Model 3 a Lemon Waiting to Happen?

Categories: Lemon Law

Is Tesla's New Model 3 a Lemon Waiting to Happen?

Tesla is about to boost production of its popular Model 3 sedan. There is no question that people love this car, based upon early reviews from journalists and consumers. But there is a serious problem lurking on the horizon: reliability and quality. Automotive industry analyst Toni Sacconaghi recently drove and reviewed a Tesla Model 3…

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How California’s State Laws Compare to Others in the Nation

Categories: Accidents

How California's State Laws Compare to Others in the Nation

After a resurgence in U.S. traffic deaths — up to 100 lives per day — a major auto safety advocacy group issued a report card last month identifying the states doing the most and least to improve highway safety. For Californians, the news was largely good: The Golden State was one of six states ranked…

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