Auto theft is one of the most widespread and common crimes in America today. With a car stolen every 45 seconds nationwide, individuals are wise to take preventative steps to help ensure that criminals will not be able to drive away in their vehicles.
Many parents are concerned about the well-being of their son or daughter. This is especially true when their loved one receives a driver’s license, as teenage driving accidents are common and have the potential to cause significant injuries.
A recent AAA Foundation Study reveals that a large majority of drivers have engaged in “road rage” and other dangerous driving behaviors.
If you are planning on bringing your pets with you on vacation, you are going to want to make sure they are properly restrained. And there are other measures you can take to ensure that everyone has a fun and safe trip.
According to the FBI, a vehicle is stolen every 43.7 seconds nationwide. As one of the most common crimes committed in the United States, every car owner and driver should know what to do in the event of an auto theft.
Toyota has recently announced that three new models will be added to its Total Human Model for Safety (THUMS) software. These models will represent children at the ages of three, six, and ten.
Because disparities between the structural integrity of the driver’s side and the passenger’s side of vehicles have been observed, the IIHS may broaden the small-overlap test to include both sides.