1. The 2010 Chevy Tahoe is ejecting passengers in rollover crashes.

    At least, according to a recent petition that wants the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to look into the matter.

    The petitioner cites a Tahoe crash in Texas that involved 4 adults and 4 children.…

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  2. Your steering wheel could get stuck while driving and GM doesn't think that's enough of a safety hazard to warrant a recall.

    Owners have complained that if they drive with their steering wheel in one position for a long enough, it can suddenly stick and become impossible to turn. The problem eventually remedies itself but not before making the driver sweat it out like Richard Simmons:

    "At highway speeds the steering sticks, making it scary to drive and dangerous” the owner of a 2013 Cruze wrote to the the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).…

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  3. GM is recalling every single current-generation Camaro, all 511,528 of them, because of an ignition switch issue similar to the one that already killed 13 people.

    Or 74 or more depending on who you ask.

    The driver's knee can bump into the key fob causing it to inadvertently move the ignition out of the 'run' positon. Once that happens you're like Popeye without spinach -- just a bunch of flabby muscles you can't use.…

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  4. Remember when our parents threatened to stop the car right now in the middle of the highway if we didn't simmer down in the back seat?

    Yeah, the driver assistance system in the 2014 Chevy Impala is kind of like that, but actually acts on it. A 2014 Impala owner is a bit shaken after his car came to multiple screeching halts without ever touching the brakes.

    The worst occurrence was when the car went from 40mph-to-zilch an an instant, making this owner look more like a Hollywood stunt driver than a daily commuter.…

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