Jack Gillis and the Center for Auto Safety Reveal The Car Book’s Best Bets for 2019

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                               February 22, 2019 Contact: Richard Eckman, 202-939-1013;  Grace Garver, 202-328-7700 JACK GILLIS AND THE CENTER FOR AUTO SAFETY REVEAL THE CAR BO

Center Submits Comments to DC City Council on Proposed Driverless Car Tests on Public Roads

February 12, 2019 Councilmember Mary M. Cheh, Chairperson Committee on Transportation and the Environment Council of the District of Columbia 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004 Dear Chairperson Cheh, The Center for Auto Safety (the Center), the nation’s premier independent, non-profit consumer advocacy organization dedicated to imp

Center for Auto Safety Releases Rankings of State Lemon Laws

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 1, 2019 Contact: Grace Garver, ggarver@autosafety.org, (202) 328-7700 Center for Auto Safety Releases Rankings of State Lemon Laws Illinois and Colorado are Worst; New Jersey and Washington are Best Today, the Center for Auto Safety—the nation’s premier independent, non-profit, member-driven consumer advocacy orga

Center for Auto Safety Submits Comments to NHTSA on Autonomous Vehicle Testing Pilot Program 

December 11, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Grace Garver, ggarver@autosafety.org, (202) 328-7700 Center for Auto Safety Submits Comments to NHTSA on Autonomous Vehicle Testing Pilot Program  Yesterday, the Center for Auto Safety (“the Center”) submitted comments to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (“NHTSA

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Drivers blame seat heaters for fires, call on car company to issue new recall

Jason Levine runs the Center for Auto Safety in Washington, D.C., and called for action on Cadillac’s part. “The best way to move forward would be for Cadillac to inspect, make transparent, make clear what is going on for these consumers,” he said. He’d also like to see the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHT

Remi Walden’s Parents Starting Auto Safety Fund

The parents who were awarded a $150 million verdict—and later collected a reduced judgment of $40 million plus interest—for the death of their son in an exploding Jeep have established The Remington Walden Auto Safety Fund with the Center for Auto Safety in Washington, D.C. The family’s attorneys said Wednesday that Lindsay Newsome Strickland

40 countries agree cars must have automatic braking

Jason Levine, executive director of the nonprofit Center for Auto Safety, said lack of U.S. participation in the U.N. group is embarrassing for a country that once led in auto safety. “It is yet another indication of the auto industry in the United States and the Trump administration’s complete lack of leadership when it comes to the sa

In New Lemon Law Rankings, Illinois and Colorado Are Worst; New Jersey And Washington Are Best

“Today, in an era when new vehicles average over $36,000, the ability to return a lemon is more important than ever for consumers who are put in a frustrating situation, through no fault of their own,” Jason Levine, executive director of the center, said in a statement. “A defective new car is just like a bad dream that just keeps coming back

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