Tesla took a giant leap into the future when it released Autopilot. This semi-autonomous drive mode found on the Model X and Model S seemed like a great idea, but it has had problems. Several accidents and even one death due to incorrect usage of the technology have some claiming that Autopilot is a misleading […]
Owners of frame-rotted Tacomas, Tundras and Sequoias, take notice.
Everyone wants to drive a safe car and crash tests are one of the biggest factors buyers use in determining if their new car is safe. Despite the importance of crash tests and the weight they carry in the US, the same isn’t true in other countries. There are zero star cars out there, like […]
We all know that larger, heavier vehicles are always safer, except that’s not what the real-world data indicate.
The IIHS has just evaluated every model and every trim of the entire U.S. pickup truck fleet, and only one scored Good.
Motor vehicle deaths are up in the United States. Look deep into the data, and you can see that those being killed more often are not who you might think.
Cars come equipped with more safety technology than ever, but that hasn’t stopped traffic fatalities from rising. Last year saw the largest rise since 1996, and new data suggests this year the number will rise once again. The news comes from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s preliminary data for the first six months of […]
Hurricane Matthew is bearing down on the coast of Florida, and residents are making last minute plans to either hunker down or evacuate. With Category 2 Hurricane Nicole boiling just behind it, it’s the first time since September 10, 1964 that two Category 2 (or stronger) hurricanes have occurred simultaneously in the Atlantic basin west […]
Every automaker but Toyota kicks the can down the road on safety.