Determine if any recalls exist for your vehicle. Recall information is provided “as is” from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
If you have questions about the vehicle recall information presented, please contact your vehicle’s manufacturer, NHTSA’s Auto Safety Hotline at 1-888-DASH-2-DOT (1-888-327-4236), or the DOT at:
United States Department of Transportation
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Office of Defects Investigation
400 7th Street, S.W.
Washington, DC 20590
The New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) rates vehicles to determine crash worthiness and rollover safety. The safety ratings are gathered during controlled crash and rollover tests conducted at NHTSA’s research facilities.
Five stars indicate the highest safety rating and one star the lowest. While the safety feature ratings may differ among vehicles, all automobiles must first meet Federal standards. More information about the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 5-Star Safety Ratings is available at www.safecar.gov.
For all questions relating to NCAP crash testing, star ratings, and vehicle safety, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
While the savings is considerable, there’s more to fuel economy than just saving money on gas. Buying a more fuel efficient car today may make a difference in the climate change of tomorrow and will improve the potential for discovering alternative fuels before our non-renewable resources are exhausted.
Fuel efficient cars also reduce the US dependence on foreign oil imports, strengthening the domestic economy by allotting more resources to industrial applications.
Shopping for a new car? Before you buy, consider fuel economy and insurance rates.