Many SUVs Reportedly Have Poor Headlights

If you currently own a midsize SUV, you could be driving around in a vehicle with headlights that glare or are misaimed. Many SUV drivers assume that their headlights are designed to perform well, but that might not be the case. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently conducted a study on 37 midsize… Read more »

iOS 11 Commits to Car Safety Features

There are many people that attempt to use their smartphones when driving. These people send text messages, make phone calls, and even browse social media while driving. Distracted driving has resulted in thousands of car accidents resulting in both serious injury and death. Apple announced that it is taking steps against distracted driving, but whether… Read more »

New Safety Features Get Cars Banned From Racetracks

Predictive collision avoidance technologies are perhaps the most promising car safety innovations we’ve seen in decades. Safety features like lane-departure warnings and automatic braking systems have the potential to dramatically reduce accident rates, particularly once they become standard on new vehicles. In the context of a racetrack, however, these automated safety features can have some… Read more »

Rolling Guard Rails Could Help Mitigate Accident Damage

Auto manufacturers, civil engineers and public interest groups are always looking for ways to make the road a safer place to drive, and recently two independent companies have developed remarkably similar technologies to improve highway safety—rolling guard rails. One of these rolling guard rail designs was created by the Australia-based KSI Global, while the other… Read more »