Auto Defects

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All contributions to the Center for Auto Safety are tax deductible as the Center is a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Tax Code. The Center’s taxpayer identification number is 52-0902868.

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Tell EPA and DOT to Protect Clean Car Standards

We need your help to oppose the Trump administration and auto industry’s plan to gut the Obama clean car rules. These standards are the biggest single step any nation has taken to curb global warming and oil use. Unless Trump succeeds in rolling them back, they will require a 2025 …

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Thank you for submitting a comment!

Thank you for submitting a comment to the EPA and DOT docket regarding the Corporate Average Fuel Economy rulemaking. Your efforts are critical in ensuring that the environment is protected by preserving the current and more stringent fuel economy requirements. For more information on the Center for Auto Safety’s Safe …

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Sign up for Center for Auto Safety Alerts

Join the Center for Auto Safety’s Mailing List to stay current on breaking vehicle safety news and the latest updates on our efforts to advocate on behalf of all drivers, passengers, and pedestrians! For information specific to your car, add your vehicle’s make and model below.  

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Petition for Safe Autonomous Vehicles

Sign the Center for Auto Safety’s petition to tell the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Department of Transportation to take action and put rules into place to prevent the deployment of unsafe driverless cars. Despite autonomous and semi-autonomous cars being involved in crashes and even some deaths, the …

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Vehicle Safety Whistleblowers

Whistleblowers play a critical role in exposing vehicle safety and quality issues that negatively impact consumers.  The Center for Auto Safety strongly encourages anyone with information related to safety defects to come forward and expose these issues in order to protect vehicle owners and other road users.  To report information …

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