Twenty-five children participated in a car safety seat checkup event that was sponsored by Head Start and the Jamestown Regional Medical Center to aid parents.
Recent studies from Virginia Tech and the NHTSA show distracted driving now plays a part in 80% of all car crashes and contributes to about 5,500 deaths a year.
The Columbia City Council is debating to ban texting while driving, a common distraction that can cause car accidents.
Honda Motor Co. announced the recall of certain model year CR-V compact SUVs and CR-Z hybrids due to separate safety concerns, vehicle fire and gear malfunction.
The NHTSA, in conjunction with BMW of North America, announced two individual recalls that will affect almost a quarter of a million BMW sedans and SUVs.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says 2010 was the year of complaints, with 40,000 formalized complaints about vehicle issues.
Cadillac SRX crossover vehicles are being recalled because of faulty passenger side air bags, according to news reports.
South Carolina has been named one of the worst states for road safety in a GJEL Accident Attorney report.
In an effort to prevent any more vehicle crashes, the Orangeburg County Council okayed steps to urge the state to make safety upgrades to the I-95 bridge.
Ford Motor Co. is developing these smarter smart cars, which will include medical technology into web-connected apps on its Sync onboard communications interface, according to news reports.
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling more than 2 million vehicles to address a long-standing problem that can cause gas pedals to become stuck in floormats, according to news reports.
A man in Europe lost his license recently after texting and talking while driving with two phones at the same time, according to news reports.
With the back to school season upon is, it is very important to keep these safety tips in mind when you drop-off or pick your children up from school.
A recent study found that most parents do not use child safety seats properly and that often the best seat for the child’s age is not being used either.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) offers tips on how to evaluate booster seats and how to know when your child is proper strapped into the seat.
Vehicle recalls are becoming more and more prominent as manufactures find safety defects in both new and older vehicles. But what do you do if your car makes a recall list?
An auto accident in Columbia snarled traffic on westbound Interstate 20 causing delays and backing up traffic. Rain during was expected to complicate traffic.
American automaker Honda Motor Co. is rising to the number one spot in consumer satisfaction, catching up to Toyota in a recent survey.