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.
Pedestrian deaths are rising, and governments worldwide are scrambling to get the attention of walkers glued to their cellphones.
Does your car insurance cover hurricane damage? Maybe. Homeowners and flood policies could also help.
After more than 30 years, Nevada’s auto insurance minimums are increasing on July 1.
A group of experts has found the best (read: safest) drivers by state.
The roads are getting more dangerous for non-drivers on Washington’s roads, a recent state highway report found.
Leaving pets or kids in the backseat of a hot car can have fatal consequences. Here are a few tips for avoiding summertime disaster.
A Johns Hopkins study backs a new app intended to help parents learn the dos and don’ts of proper car seat use.
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