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Driver safety starts before the pedal hits the medal. An expert offers advice on key steps drivers should take — from checking the condition of the vehicle to properly positioning mirrors to stowing items securely — before they hit the road.

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NHTSA Aims to Expand Seat Belt Warnings for All

To reduce injuries and fatalities, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s newly proposed rule requires automotive manufacturers to outfit cars, trucks, most buses, and more with seat belt use warning systems for the right front passenger and rear seats.

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.

Partners Tackling Worn Tire Issue

The U.S. Tire Manufacturers Association and mobile data capture company Anyline have joined forces during National Tire Safety Week to spread awareness and education aimed at improving tire safety.

NHTSA Aims to Reduce Pedestrian Crashes with AEB Mandate

The National Traffic Safety Administration has proposed a rule for all new passenger cars and light trucks that would require full collision avoidance at speeds up to 50 mph and sets pedestrian AEB performance standards in all lighting conditions at speeds up to 37 mph.

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