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How have cars gotten safer in the past 40 years?

It is estimated that over 87 percent of people wear their seat belts. Laws require babies and young children to have the proper seat restraint, and children under the age of 12 cannot sit in the front seat. However, it wasn’t always this way. Over the past 40 years, several modifications have been made to…

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Consumer Reports: Thinking Cars Could Eliminate 8 of 10 Wrecks

With V2X, your car frantically flashes a red warning light on your dashboard, warning of your of the impending danger and giving you time to respond appropriately by hitting your brakes.

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Another Day, Another 2.2 Million Toyotas Recalled

Today, Toyota announced a significant expansion of their continuing recalls centered around the unintended acceleration controversy. They have recalled almost 8 million vehicles in the last year.

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New Rule to Minimize Rollover Ejections

Rollover crashes are a leading cause of death in car accidents. But soon, a new rule will help reduce the number of fatalities due to passenger ejection in rollovers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says this will prevent nearly 400 fatalities and 500 serious injuries each year.

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