The opposition might be vocal, but a new survey indicates a majority of drivers think the cameras improve road safety.
Surprised? I was. But does it really make any difference?
Pound for pound, SUVs are the safest cars on the road.
Size still matters in a car crash, but an increasing number of fuel-sipping models are earning top marks for safety as well.
Small town in Idaho says if you text while crossing a street, you'll pay a fine.
Progressive is the latest auto insurer to ask customers to put monitoring devices in their vehicles. Privacy advocates are yelping. This driver thinks the idea should be taken even further.
The Insurance Institute picked a record 66 vehicles for its 2011 top safety award.
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