Topic: Adrian Lund
Cheaper midsize cars do a better job in deadly head-on collisions than many luxury and near luxury midsize cars, according to crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Few dispute that texting while driving is risky. But the usual solution – laws banning behind-the-wheel texting – has not made a dent in the number of car crashes, according to new safety findings.
New data from the Highway Loss Data Institute finds that laws requiring hands-free devices for cell phones don't change accident rates.