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IIHS launches rear crash prevention ratings program

IIHS launches rear crash prevention ratings program

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has introduced a rear crash prevention ratings program to help consumers identify vehicle models with technology that...
Researchers find “texting while driving” bans ineffective for teens

Researchers find “texting while driving” bans ineffective for teens

Laws that ban texting while driving are not as effective as universal bans on hand-held cellphone use, according to a new study led by...
Toronto Police on lookout for distracted driving

Toronto Police on lookout for distracted driving

A one-week campaign is taking place in Toronto to highlight the dangers associated with distracted driving. As part of the “That Text Or Call Could...
Report reveals 15,000 lives have been saved by helmet use in Vietnam

Report reveals 15,000 lives have been saved by helmet use in...

An estimated 500,000 head injuries and 15,000 fatalities have been averted due to increased helmet use in Vietnam, according to a new report published...
Toyota road safety program reaches 700,000 children in India

Toyota road safety program reaches 700,000 children in India

Over 250 schoolchildren from Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore are the latest to have taken part in a road safety awareness program led by Toyota...
Missouri Mayors support seat belts and distracted driving campaign

Missouri Mayors support seat belts and distracted driving campaign

A group of approximately 25 mayors have voiced their support for a campaign that encourages people to wear their seat belts and put down...
Uber mandates 6-hour rest breaks for drivers to avoid drowsy driving

Uber mandates 6-hour rest breaks for drivers to avoid drowsy driving

Uber has introduced new driver hours policies in the UK and U.S. to help prevent drowsy driving. The UK policy requires a licensed driver on...
Research: even with autonomous features, drivers want to stay in control

Research: Even with autonomous features, drivers want to stay in control

Drivers are most comfortable with autonomous features that make smooth, gradual movements and are wary of using such technology in the most challenging driving...
NHTSA issues consumer advisory about Ford and Mazda recalls

NHTSA issues consumer advisory for Ford and Mazda recalls

Ford and Mazda have announced that they are expanding their “do not drive warning” to include additional 2006 Ford Ranger and Mazda B-Series trucks...