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.
Paccar is recalling 3,000 Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks because a front axle sway bar could detach, increasing the risk of a crash.
Installing advanced safety technology on large trucks could prevent a combined 63,000 crashes, 17,733 injuries and 293 deaths annually, according to an AAA report.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will inspect its diesel-powered Ram heavy-duty pickups and medium-duty trucks that may be equipped with faulty water pumps.
Mid-size pickup trucks from Toyota and General Motors earned high marks in crash testing conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Ford Motor Co. issued four recalls for a variety of safety defects that include the F-150 Crew Cab, F-250 and F-350 Super Duty Crew Cab pickup trucks.
Daimler Vans will replace the Takata airbags in more than 43,000 Freightliner and Dodge Sprinters made between 2007 and 2009.
Paccar is recalling more than 5,700 Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks because a defect in the spotlight circuit could start a fire.
Nissan North America is recalling more than 44,000 Titan and Titan XD Crew Cab full-size pickup trucks because of a defect in the rear seatbelt.
Increased EPA ratings give the 2018 Ford F-150 eco-friendly bragging rights over its Chevrolet and Ram competitors.