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The 2017 Lincoln MKZ earns the highest award from IIHS, thanks to modifications to its front-end structure that boosted the small overlap front rating and an improved front crash prevention system.
The 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe qualifies for the top award from IIHS, thanks to improved small overlap front crash protection and an available automatic braking system that earns a superior rating.
The Ford Escape has improved from a poor to acceptable rating in the IIHS small overlap front test, thanks to structural changes to the 2017 model.
Red light camera programs in 79 large U.S. cities saved nearly 1,300 lives through 2014, new research shows. When such programs are shut down, the rate of fatal red-light-running crashes shoots up 30 percent.
The small car, redesigned for 2017, qualifies for the top award from IIHS, thanks to a good small overlap front rating and a superior-rated front crash prevention system.
An available automatic braking system puts the midsize SUV among the winners of the top award from IIHS.
Only four small SUVs out of 21 tested are available with acceptable headlights, and none earns a good headlight rating.
More people die in crashes on Independence Day than any other day of the year, an IIHS analysis of the last five years shows.
Vehicles that provide good protection for drivers in small overlap crashes don’t always offer the same protection to front-seat passengers, a new IIHS study shows.
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The midsize luxury SUV has a superior-rated front crash prevention system and qualifies for the Institute's highest award.
The Mazda CX-3, a new small SUV, earns the highest award from IIHS, thanks to good crashworthiness across the board and an optional front crash prevention system with a superior rating.
A modified front-end structure and a new optional automatic braking system help the 2017 Ford Fusion qualify for a Top Safety Pick+ award.
It's peak season for hail storms, and 2016 is shaping up to be a bad year. Data for this year aren't available yet, but a new HLDI analysis of 2008-14 claims indicates that 2011 and 2014 were the worst years for hail-related vehicle damage. Great Plains states were the hardest hit.
The redesigned Chevrolet Malibu earns the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award when equipped with an optional front crash prevention system.
The 2016 2-door Honda Civic qualifies for Top Safety Pick+, thanks to an available front crash prevention system that earns a superior rating.
The redesigned Audi A4 earns the top award from IIHS by offering good protection in a small overlap front crash and a superior-rated, standard front crash prevention system.
The 2016 BMW X1 qualifies for the highest award from IIHS after a redesign boosted its performance in the small overlap front crash test. It also has a new optional front crash prevention system that earns an advanced rating.
IIHS evaluates the Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger and Ford Mustang, and none meets the standards for Top Safety Pick.
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Ohio Mutual Insurance Group plans to offer its policyholders distracted driving technology from Cellcontrol to help reduce distracted driving claims. Cellcontrol is a combination hardware device and software. A toll booth like reader, called DriveID, is affixed to the inside …READ MORE
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Nearly 83.6 million sleep-deprived Americans are driving every day. And it’s taking a toll — an estimated 5,000 lives were lost in drowsy driving-related crashes in 2015.READ MORE