With temperatures climbing to 90 degrees or higher, AAA Mid-Atlantic wants to remind parents to not leave their children in unattended vehicles, for risk or injury or death.
General Motors and Subaru are adding vehicles to the growing list of models being recalled by 11 automakers due to potentially exploding airbags.
You’ve probably heard their commercials on the radio here in Baltimore. It’s all about an organization helping people get back and forth from their jobs.
It is the largest consumer product recall in U.S. history. Nearly 34 million cars in the U.S. are now included in the expanded recall for airbags that could potentially explode.
Anne Arundel police are invested the attempted theft of a vehicle in Severn early Friday morning.
Police followed a trail of shell casings and watched home security video Thursday to trace a rush-hour shootout between two vehicles that careened through at least eight blocks of densely packed homes.
A new study reveals an alarming number of parents admit to leaving their small children alone in the backseat of cars. The survey has some safety workers on edge.
Several people are hospitalized after a multi-car crash in Baltimore City.
Annapolis is opening its city parking garages for residents to park their cars ahead of the winter storm.
There are still dangerous elements left over from the storm that hit our region this week. But many of us may not realize what those dangers are.
A new report says District of Columbia police officers need better training on enforcing the law on tinted vehicle windows.
“There is a propensity here for a smaller truck,” said Edmunds.com senior analyst Jessica Caldwell. “People want a truck, but the larger ones are hard to drive around, and fit into parking spaces in an urban environment.”