Detroit has long been the most expensive city for car insurance—can its mayor help lower the prices with this lawsuit?
A few of the best cities for driving in the U.S. may surprise you—including the home of Mickey Mouse and a major college town.
Statistics are trending the wrong way in Virginia, where there’s an increase in young people not wearing seatbelts and dying in car accidents.
A comprehensive roadway system sprawling the United States can’t save these cities from congestion, high costs, and lower safety on the roads.
A lot of factors contribute to the price of your car insurance—but did you know that bigger cars and SUVs often have better rates?
Do your homework when buying a new car: these popular vehicles are surprisingly expensive to insure.
A new study finds teens take more risks when they first get their driver’s license.
Pedestrians are dying at the highest rate in nearly 30 years, and alcohol use is partly to blame.
Weather, topography, and long hauls conspire to make these states dangerous and even deadly for big-rig truckers.
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