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Nineteen new models earn the top ratingin IIHS booster seat evaluations.
IIHS launches its first crash avoidance ratings to tell consumers which vehicles are available with front crash prevention and how the systems compare.
An IIHS study of automated enforcement in Arlington, Va., provides more evidence that cameras cut violations.
Guards on modern semitrailers do a good job preventing cars from sliding underneath, but in certain crashes the danger remains high.
Two GM models, the Chevrolet Equinox and its twin, the GMC Terrain, are the only midsize SUVs out of nine tested to earn a good rating in the small overlap front crash test.
The 2014 Chevrolet Malibu is the latest model to earn the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ award. The Malibu received good ratings in all crashworthiness tests, including the challenging small overlap front crash test.
A new HLDI study shows that the presence of known defects that can cause fires corresponds to higher insurance losses, but the risk goes down after recalls are issued.
The 2015 Audi A3, a midsize luxury car, earns the highest award from IIHS after becoming the first Audi model to achieve a good rating in the challenging small overlap front crash test.
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