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In the U.S., approximately one motor vehicle is stolen every 32 seconds.

Eight SUVs Rank Among Top 20 Most Stolen Vehicles

Fleets that rely on SUVs and pickups will want to know about the findings on vehicle theft from a new report by the Highway Loss Data Institute.

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Fatalities nationwide remained flat from 2021 to 2022, but the roadways continue to be dangerous...

2022: Connecticut Fatalities Rise 29%, Idaho Sees 19% Decrease

In 2022, U.S. traffic fatalities increased by 10% or more in 13 states and decreased by 10% or more in five states, according to a new report from Quote Wizard.

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The award will once again be bestowed at the Fleet Safety Conference, taking place Nov. 8-10 in...

Nominations Closing Soon for 2023 Fleet Safety Award

If you know a fleet or risk manager whose leadership and innovation have enhanced the safety of fleet drivers, their organizations, and the public, consider nominating them — or yourself — for the annual Fleet Safety Award.

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Residents in some states do better than others at adhering to the speed limit, according to a...

Study Across States Explores Link Between Speed and Safety

New Hampshire has the speediest drivers in the nation while Mississippi is the state with the highest driving risk score, according to a new analysis from Assurance.

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The mid-size 2023 Honda Accord provided stellar rear-seat protection during a challenging...

Honda Accord is Safety Standout in Rear-Seat Protection

Seven mid-size cars recently underwent a new rigorous moderate overlap front crash test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The majority of results indicate a need for enhanced backseat protection.

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Millennials tend to be worse drivers than both their younger and older counterparts, according...

Study Identifies Worst Drivers by Generation

A new analysis finds that American drivers between the ages of 25 and 34 account for the most car accidents, the most fatal car accidents, and the second-highest percentage of distracted drivers in the nation.

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In fall, leafy roadways are a crash risk and wet leaves are especially dangerous as they cause...

Safety Tips for Driving in Fall Weather

Wet leaves, fog, and frost can all create dangerous conditions for drivers. An expert shares strategies on how to stay safe behind the wheel all autumn long.

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