The Center for Auto Safety is nationally recognized as a leader in the areas of automobile safety and consumer protection. CAS strives to make vehicle recall information publicly available and easily accessible for consumers.

Ambulances not repaired years after safety recalls

“You don’t want a recalled ambulance picking you up,’’ said Jason Levine, executive director for the Center for Auto Safety in Washington, D.C., which has pushed to have safety recall information be available to the public. “You want something that’s been in prime condition and maintained.” EMS companies in metro Atlanta …

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Buying a used car? Better make sure it’s safe

“While federal law prohibits dealers from selling new vehicles that are under recall until they’ve been repaired, it does not stop them from selling you a used car with a recall that has not been fixed,” said Jason Levine, executive director of the Center for Auto Safety. Buying a used car …

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Center for Auto Safety Asks Uber/Lyft to Stop Using Recalled Cars

Last week, the Center for Auto Safety announced it had reached out to America’s ride-hailing giants to encourage them to stop allowing drivers to use vehicles under active recalls. The group’s release references a Consumer Reports study from this spring that alleged 1 in 6 automobiles commissioned by Uber and Lyft had unresolved …

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Morning Transportation

RECALLED CARS ON THE APPS: The Center for Auto Safety called on ride-hailing companies to stop using recalled cars, following a study released earlier this year that showed 1 in 6 Uber and Lyft vehicles in New York City and Seattle had at least one open safety recall. “Uber and Lyft have the …

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