Be careful where you put that!
Why it's so important to load your vehicle properly—in other words, don't ever forget the junk in your trunk
Child seats: Here's what you need to know
Weight and age restrictions aren't enough anymore
Crash barriers: Higher-tech than you might think
Barriers absorb energy, redirect cars to increase road safety
Tips and tricks for staying safe
Safety in the front seat: Let airbags help you, not hurt you
There are two basic and indisputable facts
about car crashes. The first is that if you get in one, you can be
seriously hurt or even killed. The second is that very few of us ever
get into a car expecting that this is the day we’ll actually crash.
Ten bad driving habits you need to change
Although driving is the most dangerous activity most of us will ever do, we usually tend to take a very cavalier attitude toward it. We study once, usually just enough to pass the test. We then pick up habits, some of which can endanger us, our passengers, or others on the road — and we might not even realize we’re doing anything wrong. Are you guilty of any of these ten potentially dangerous practices?
Driven to Distraction: Put down the phone and drive
Toronto conference tackles cell phone safety
9 Car safety myths you might still believe
When it comes to car safety, sometimes you don't know what to believe. We asked Anna He, advanced driving instructor at ILR Car Control School and president of Sweetie Girl Racing to help us set the record straight on some once widely believed safety myths.
Eye on OnStar: An exclusive look behind closed doors
Car seats: You've come a long way, for baby
On December 31st, 2011, Transport Canada is instituting new safety regulations which will have manufacturers increase the width, length, and weigh limits, mostly with the intention of keeping infants in rear-facing seats as long as possible due to the increased safety this position brings.
Alphabet soup: car safety acronyms explained
These are the safety-related automotive acronyms you'll come across most often. Remember, automakers love to come up with their own names for these systems - but often it's just a fancy title for a common feature.
10 things you can do to be a safer driver
Being a safe driver doesn't cost you anything, and it only takes an extra minute - at most - every day.
World's smallest airbag: VCT
Behind the curtain at a crash test facility
TTC is widely regarded as Toyota’s leading technical center outside of Japan, and is the driving force behind Toyota’s North American engineering and research and development activities. We had an exclusive look at what makes this facility tick.
First responders vs. Hybrids
An inside look at the new challenges hybrids pose to first responders and how car companies are building electric cars that keep everyone - inside and out - safe.
Safest cars for less than $20,000
On a budget? Here are 10 cars that will keep you and your passengers safe—all are IIHS Top Safety Picks
Detroit Auto Show 2013
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