There have been a lot of news reports in the papers and on the air recently regarding vehicle safety and recalls. If you have concerns about the vehicle that you’re driving or questions about any recalls of a vehicle that you’re planning to buy, there are online resources available to help you.
Using our “Traffic Cameras and Reports Resources” website, you can access several websites provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The NHTSA’s main website “safercar.gov” provides links for crash test ratings, recalls and investigations, complaints and defects, car seats, safety technologies, and tire … Read More
In a press release issued yesterday, Pennsylvania Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele stated that the Department of State has taken disciplinary actions against 99 licensed or commissioned professionals and organizations during the month of February.
The complete list of sanctions imposed by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs is available online and can be accessed here. Each entry includes the name of the respondent, license number, last known business address registered with the board, sanction imposed, a brief description of the basis for the disciplinary or corrective measure, the effective date, and whether the action has … Read More
In an effort to improve the business climate in the State of New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie has created a permanent Red Tape Review Commission. This bi-partisan group is charged with identifying and eliminating burdensome red tape and other obstacles to help promote job creation, economic growth and investment throughout New Jersey. At the same time, they are also to make sure that their efforts to simplify and modernize regulations do not jeopardize public health and safety.
As part of this initiative, the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has recently adopted a rule which allows companies to apply for … Read More
As the economy continues on a recession course, most of us do not have money to throw around. As consumers, we need to be especially conscious about how and what we spend our money on. For big and small purchases, it can be reassuring to verify the quality and reliability of our products. Public records can actually help with this task. The types of information you can gain access to includes product recall and safety information and even databases where you can both view and report auto defects.
Through the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, you can learn about recalls … Read More