Study Finds Unbuckled Rear-Seat Passengers Twice As Likely To Die In CrashAbout 90 percent of people say they buckle up in the front seat, but that number drops significantly when people ride in the back. A new study finds that can lead to deadly consequences.
Honda Odyssey Tops Minivan Crash TestThe Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is out with a new round of crash tests, this time the group looked at minivans.
Ford Explorer, Jeep Cherokee Flunk Latest Round Of Crash TestsTwo of America's most popular SUVs earned "poor" ratings a crash test designed to show how well drivers are protected in a violent collision.
Only 2 Midsize SUVs Get Top Rating In Crash TestsOnly two of nine midsize SUVs got the highest rating in crash tests done by an insurance industry group.
Small Cars Struggle In New Crash TestsJust half of the dozen small cars the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety featured in recent crash tests managed to earn a good or acceptable rating from the group.
Tests On Dog Harnesses Show 100 Percent Failure RateA first-of-its-kind crash test for dog harnesses widely used by pet owners showed that none offer adequate protection, with not a single harness passing the test.
Small SUV's Struggle In New Crash TestsSmall SUV's have been all the rage of the car market in the last few years. From Ford's Escape to Honda's CRV and the new Buick Encore, the smaller SUV's are starting to dominate the road. But how much will they protect you in a crash?
Luxury Cars Lag On New Crash TestsHigh-priced luxurious cars are beautiful to look at but that beauty may be only skin deep when it comes to driver and passenger safety.