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NHTSA's Speeding Plan Needs High Tech, IIHS Says

The institute believes the agency should direct resources to encouraging the use of automated enforcement and provide incentives to automakers to install intelligent speed adaptation technology that alerts speeding drivers or automatically slows the vehicle to ensure compliance with speed limits.

2020 Tacoma Crew Cab Named Top Safety Pick

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has recognized the 2020 Toyota Tacoma crew cab with its Top Safety Pick award when the midsize pickup is outfitted with LED reflector headlights.

Volkswagen's 2019 Tiguan Named Top Safety Pick+

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has recognized the 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan with a Top Safety Pick+, when it is outfitted with specific headlights and an optional front crash prevention system.

Safety Groups to Offer Speed-Crash Grants

Three leading road safety organizations have launched a new initiative to award one or more grants in 2020 to state agencies that develop and implement a speed-management pilot program.

Pickups Still a Weighty Crash Concern

Recent research shows better crash compatibility between cars and today's SUVs offers some protection for drivers, but pickups still represent an outsize danger when they collide with cars — and the weight imbalance is probably the reason.