Daimler Trucks North America is recalling over 430,000 Freightliner and Western Star models to repair brake signals that do not properly illuminate with light brake pedal pressure.
Ford issued five recalls in North America, including 200,000 F-150 and Explorer vehicles from the 2016 model year, for power front seats that may have loose bolts that could fall out.
Navistar is recalling nearly 900 commercial and school buses because of brake hose issues, while Daimler is recalling more than 900 school buses over fuel line problem.
General Motors is recalling about 35,000 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 3500 trucks because of a problem with the fuel tanks in the heavy-duty vehicles.
Tesla Inc. is recalling approximately 4,600 of its 2016 and 2017 Model X all-electric crossover SUVs over a potential latch problem with the reclining cables on the second-row seat on the left side of the vehicle.
Ford Motor Co. issued four safety recalls for a variety of safety defects on multiple vehicles, including F-150 pickup trucks and transit vans.
Automatic emergency braking technology, new in the 2018 Ford F-150, allowed the truck to score top safety marks from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety will begin testing new vehicles for crash test performance on the passenger side.
Ford Motor Co. said it will recall 1.3 million recent model year F-Series trucks in a move that will cost the automaker $267 million.
Paccar is recalling nearly 18,000 Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks because of a potential steer axle problem that could cause a loose connection between the tie rod and steering knuckle, increasing the risk of a crash.