The Associated Press Published 1:53 PM EDT Aug 10, 2019 Washington – The National Highway Safety Administration is investigating complaints of malfunctions with the front passenger air bag sensors in more than a half-million Subaru Foresters. In a post on its website Saturday, the NHSA said the investigation centers on Subaru Foresters from the 2016-2018 model years. The NHSA says its Office of Defects Investigation received 51 complaints about the Foresters’ occupant detection system. The system is designed to detect when there’s someone riding in the front passenger seat and then turn on the air bag so it is ready to deploy in a collision. The complaints detail instances when the occupant detection systems turned off the front passenger air bag when a person was in the seat. Subaru of America did not immediately return a call seeking comment. … [Read more...] about Motorists complain Subaru Forester air bag sensors not working
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Associated Press Published 8:35 AM EDT Jun 7, 2019 Detroit – Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 343,000 Ram pickup trucks worldwide because the air bags may not inflate in a crash. The recall covers the Ram 1500 mainly from the 2019 model year, although the company has a small number of 2020 models. Fiat Chrysler says a software error can inadvertently disable the air bags and a device that tightens seat belts before a crash. FCA doesn’t know of any crashes or injuries and says the problem is rare. Nearly one-third of the 2019 U.S. models are still at dealers. Most of the recalled trucks are in North America. Owners will be notified starting July 20. Dealers will either replace computers that control the air bags or update software. … [Read more...] about Ram pickups recalled because air bags may not work in crash
UUP councillor and former Lord Mayor Jim Rodgers is not happy with the Alliance party. He said: "They are seen at Michelle O'Neill's shoulder when protests over an Irish language act a[...] This story is for Premium subscribers only Registered users get 5 regular articles & 1 free Premium article per week. … [Read more...] about Alex Kane: Telling people they are voting for the wrong party does not work
PUBLISHED: 15:20 19 February 2019 | UPDATED: 15:20 19 February 2019 BrewDog is offering workers the chance to use their Norwich pub as office space on weekdays Photo : Steve Adams Copyright Archant Norfolk 2016 BrewDog in Norwich has launched a ‘Desk Dog’ initiative, allowing members of the public to work out of the venue on weekdays. The project will allow workers to plug in their laptops, connect to limitless wifi and enjoy a bottomless cup of coffee for £7 a day. And when the working day is done there is a pint of Punk IPA to enjoy.MORE: Pop-up cafes and gong bath meditation – welcome inside the office space of tomorrow“It’s something a bit different,” said BrewDog Norwich’s assistant manager Vicky Collis.“If you don’t work in an office it can be hard because you work in a coffee shop and you’re under constant pressure to keep buying drinks, or in a chain they might not like you being there all day.“Here you … [Read more...] about Forget the office … why not work from the pub?
David Nakamura and Seung Min Kim, The Washington Post Published 5:20 pm PST, Wednesday, January 9, 2019 President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence prepare to attend a Senate policy luncheon Wednesday on Capitol Hill, with the partial government shutdown in its 19th day. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence prepare to attend a Senate policy luncheon Wednesday on Capitol Hill, with the partial government shutdown in its 19th day. Photo: Washington Post Photo By Melina Mara Photo: Washington Post Photo By Melina Mara Image 1 of / 44 Caption Close Image 1 of 44 President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence prepare to attend a Senate policy luncheon Wednesday on Capitol Hill, with the partial government shutdown in its 19th day. President Donald … [Read more...] about Analysis: Trump’s go-to negotiating tactics not working in shutdown standoff