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    NHTSA Probes Report of Injury From Takata Airbag  

    Police and hospital records show a Florida driver was struck in the neck by a shard of metal when an '03-model Honda Civic's Takata airbag exploded....More
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    Nissan, BMW Recall Involves Possibly Faulty Fuel Pumps  

    Nissan is recalling more than '14-model 95,000 Rogue SUVs sold in the U.S. and Canada, and BMW is recalling about 70,500 '14- and '15-model cars sold globally, because their Robert Bosch-supplied fuel pumps may fail....More
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    Drivers in Cold-Weather States Warned of Rusted Brakes  

    The NHTSA advisory to owners of older-model vehicles in states where use of road salt exposes brakes to possible corrosion follows complaints about some General Motors trucks and SUVs....More
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    Philippines Orders Adoption of Cleaner Fuels  

    The government has given oil companies a July 1 deadline to begin selling fuel compliant with Euro IV standards, which include sulfur content one-tenth the level of the standard in place since 2008....More
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    Car-Seat Maker Graco Hit With $10 Million Fine  

    Following the nation's largest recall of child seats the company, accused of failing to give timely notice of defective buckles, will pay $3 million now and spend $7 million on efforts to improve child safety...More
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    Takata More Cooperative in Airbag Probe, NHTSA Chief Says  

    The Japanese supplier is "starting to become forthcoming" since U.S. regulators began fining it $14,000 a day for failing to fully cooperate with the airbag investigation, NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind says....More
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