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National Child Passenger Safety Week begins Sunday

Colorado Springs, Colo. — Colorado Department of Transportation and Colorado State Patrol are teaming up in an annual effort to encourage parents and caregivers…Read More »

Studies Say Close to 75% of Carseats Are Installed Incorrectly

Children are the most precious cargo, but there are still many people who are putting their kids in danger by not strapping them in correctly…Read More »

Top Safety Official Doesn’t Trust Automakers to Teach Ethics to Self-Driving Cars

Rapid progress on autonomous driving has led to concerns that future vehicles will have to make ethical choices, for example whether to swerve to avoid a crash…Read More »

Third Graders Learn Seat Belt Safety

ELIZABETHTON — Third-graders from Hunter, Valley Forge and West Side elementary schools were excited Tuesday by a visit from Ollie the Otter, the Tennessee Highway…Read More »

Tesla’s Musk Says New Autopilot Likely Would Have Prevented Death

Tesla Motors Co Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Sunday the automaker was updating its semi-autonomous driving system Autopilot with new limits on hands-off…Read More »

Pet Driver Safety Goes to the Dogs

Is your pet safe in your vehicle? Probably not. Is having a pet in a vehicle a driver distraction? You bet…Read More »

Truck, Driver Safety Must Be Industry Priority

Most deaths in large truck crashes are passenger vehicle occupants, because people traveling in smaller vehicles will almost always lose the battle against an 80,000-pound…Read More »

Local Police Gives Driving Safety Tips After Minor Accident

FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, N.J. – Local authorities are reminding drivers to be mindful of school buses after a 14-year-old girl was injured in a motor vehicle accident while she…Read More »

Are Self-Driving Car Claims Too Soon for Safety?

A Mercedes-Benz magazine ad this summer described a new sedan as a “self-driving car from a very self-driven company.” On television, the Daimler AG luxury brand…Read More »

Bruce’s History Lesson: Unsafe at Any Speed

In the 1960s, the number of people who died in car accidents exceeded 50,000 per year, partly because safety was not a high priority for the automobile industry…Read More »

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