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Defensive driving will be more important this Friday than any other day of the year.
Technology is helping vehicles achieve better ratings on the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s front crash prevention test.
2007 - 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe Used Car Review
For 2007, Hyundai introduced its second-generation Santa Fe crossover with an all-new platform and smoother styling. Starting with the 2007 model year, the Santa Fe grew in size, bringing an optional third row of seats.
What are the safest new cars on the market?
As far as vehicles have come in terms of safety over the recent years, there are still some that are safer than others.
To help identify the safest vehicles on the market, AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of 10 cars that received both a Top Safety Pick Plus rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and a five-star overall safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Keep in mind that crossovers and SUVs aren’t included in this list and the cars are listed in alphabetical order by make.
Positive crash scores from the IIHS are like milk and honey to auto manufacturers, but how do those ratings come to be?
The latest battery of IIHS crash tests underscores the fact that three-row family haulers aren’t necessarily safe in a crash.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety announced the results of its 2014 sub-compact crash tests and they aren’t good.
Now that the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has officially named its Top Safety Pick and Top Safety Pick+ vehicles, let’s take a look at the 39 safety cars you can buy today.
The IIHS just released its list of vehicles that earned its “Top Safety Pick +” and “Top Safety Pick” designations for the 2014 model year, marking a drastic reduction in the number of vehicles that qualify.
The folks at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) have just released the results of their latest evaluation. They put 31 child booster seats to the test to find out which ones do the best job of protecting youngsters in crashes.
It’s a commonly held belief that young people are not interested in cars. As the narrative goes, they’d rather rely on public transportation and play with their iPhones than drive. But a new study released by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s Highway Loss Data Institute tells a different story.
There’s a new vehicle safety test aiming to rate your vehicle based on how well it can avoid a crash.