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Nearly 43,000 people in the U.S. died in motor vehicle crashes in 2021.

2021 Crash Fatalities Hit 16-Year High

New projections from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicate a 10.5% increase in U.S. traffic deaths in 2021.

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American roads can be more dangerous than they may appear according to a recent analysis of the...

U.S. Ranks Third as Most Dangerous Country to Drive

Zutobi’s annual analysis ranks countries for dangerous driving based on factors like speed limits, seat belt compliance, blood alcohol concentration limits for drivers, and road traffic death rates.

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The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence has introduced an Advanced Driver...

New Certification Test Aims to Advance Skills for ADAS Repairs

ADAS features are increasingly optional or standard even in mainstream vehicles, yet repairing those systems when they malfunction after a crash requires a unique skillset. A new certification test for technicians to qualify them to diagnose, service, and calibrate ADAS.

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Memorial Day is one of the most dangerous driving weekends of the year.

450 Roadway Deaths Estimated for Memorial Day Weekend

The National Safety Council’s fatality estimate for the 2022 Memorial holiday period includes 35 more deaths than its 2021 estimate.

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The 2022 Ford Explorer is one of 10 mid-size SUVs that earned a good rating in a new side-impact...

Over Half of Mid-Size SUVs Capture Good Rating in Side-Impact Test

Side impacts accounted for 23% of passenger vehicle occupant fatalities in 2020. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently put 18 SUVs through the paces with its new side-impact evaluation.

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Spring brings rain and wet roads pose risks to drivers. A new report explores places and times...

Mississippi Has the Most Springtime Traffic Fatalities in the Nation

A new analysis from Teletrac Navman explores places and times in spring that are linked to particularly high fatality rates. The deadliest day for fatal collisions was determined to be May 20.

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