NHTSA Press Releases

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Press Release Location Release Date
Secretary LaHood: "Vince and Larry" Become Permanent Additions to Smithsonian Washington, DC July 14, 2010
Secretary LaHood Praises Delaware for Tough New Ban on Texting and Cell Phone Use Washington, DC July 6, 2010
Secretary LaHood Applauds Massachusetts for Tough Anti-Texting Ban Washington, DC July 2, 2010
Consumer Advisory: Make Safety Your Constant Companion This Summer Driving Season Washington, DC June 22, 2010
Louisiana Toughens Texting Ban Washington, DC June 18, 2010
Secretary LaHood Applauds New Kansas Primary Seat Belt Law Washington, DC June 10, 2010
Consumer Advisory: Parents and Caregivers Reminded Never to Leave Children in Cars Washington, DC June 8, 2010
Secretary LaHood Applauds Georgia Governor for Signing Law Banning Texting While Driving Washington, DC June 7, 2010
Secretary LaHood Applauds Vermont Governor for Signing Law Banning Texting While Driving Washington, DC June 1, 2010
Consumer Advisory: Owners of MY 2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan Warned of Possible Stuck Accelerator Pedals Washington, DC May 28, 2010
U.S. DOT Targets 45 Million Americans Still Not Buckling Up Washington, DC May 24, 2010
Secretary LaHood Applauds Kansas on New Law Banning Texting For All Drivers Washington, DC May 24, 2010
NHTSA Opens Investigation into Timeliness of 2005 Toyota Steering Relay Rod Recall Washington, DC May 10, 2010
Wisconsin Becomes 25th State to Pass Texting Ban for All Drivers Washington, DC May 5, 2010
Secretary LaHood: Michigan Becomes the 24th State to Ban Texting Washington, DC April 30, 2010
Secretary LaHood Touts Success of Cash for Clunkers; Responds to Reports by DOT Inspector General, GAO Washington, DC April 29, 2010
Statement from U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Toyota's Agreement to Pay Maximum Civil Penalty Washington, DC April 19, 2010
Secretary LaHood Applauds Kentucky and Nebraska Bans on Texting for All Drivers Washington, DC April 16, 2010
NHTSA Awards Recognize Efforts to Make Roadways Safer Washington, DC April 12, 2010
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces First Enforcement Crackdown Campaign on Distracted Driving Washington, DC April 8, 2010
Secretary LaHood Announces DOT is Seeking Maximum Civil Penalty from Toyota Washington, DC April 5, 2010
Iowa Bans Texting for All Drivers; Stops All Cell Phone Use by Teens Washington, DC April 2, 2010
DOT, EPA Set Aggressive National Standards for Fuel Economy and First Ever Greenhouse Gas Emission Levels For Passenger Cars and Light Trucks Washington, DC April 1, 2010
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Announces Major Investigations to Resolve Issue of Sudden Acceleration Washington, DC March 30, 2010
Washington State Toughens Cell Phone and Texting Ban Washington, DC March 26, 2010
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