The Insurance Institute picked a record 66 vehicles for its 2011 top safety award.
Insurance industry rep thinks focusing on technology would be more useful than laws banning cell phone use.
Cities are using special toll lanes for drivers who are willing to pay for the privilege. Are "Lexus lanes" fair?
Or you could pay for the right to display your love for your team on an electronic plate.
Who'd have guessed the spray that cleans the bugs off your windshield could cause so much trouble?
Google is blamed for directing a pedestrian to a state highway with no sidewalks.
The poll found that most people don't know how to react to a yellow traffic light.
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