One safety group continues to make top ratings harder. This time it is side-impact testing.
A Facebook image is circulating suggesting that headrests were designed to be removable so that the metal adjustment rods can be used as a glass-breaking tool. Truth or fiction?
Car safety is a priority for automakers, so they are constantly introducing new features to make driving safer. This includes increasingly advanced technologies to help prevent accidents and overall improvements to reduce injuries when there is an accident. One such improvement is the addition of knee airbags, but the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says […]
Here at BestRide we love readers who “question authority.” We are also passionate about safety. Here’s a story with a happy ending for both camps.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has just released its comprehensive list of the safest vehicles for 2019. Here’s why both Volvo and Tesla models did not make that list.
IIHS testing reveals that some manufacturers don’t reinforce the passenger’s side the same way they do the driver’s side. Here’s why not all mid-size SUVs are equally safe for passengers.
Vehicle safety all starts with the seat you are sitting in.
IIHS just made it much more difficult for automakers to earn the Top Safety Pick Plus rating for 2018. Here’s how.
Mounting evidence proves that lane departure warning systems work as advertised.