Safety Update

Sensible Tips For Occupant Safety

Get back to basics for your autumn road trips with some basic safety tips from The National Safety Council and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Improve Your Line of Sight

Autumn driving and early nights present new challenges for drivers. Hazy windows, dull bulbs, yellowed headlight lenses--several critical components can add some brightness to your driving life.

Take note of these helpful reminders to take into consideration during Visibility Month.

Latest Brake Technologies Emphasize Pedestrian Safety

Automatic Emergency Braking is a driver-assistance technology that can apply the brakes when a crash is imminent.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently announced they will grade Automatic Emergency Braking Systems on their ability to detect and avoid pedestrians.

Find out more about this innovative technology and how the IIHS judges it.

New Impaired Driving Campaign Targets Young Adults

A new national campaign from the National HIghway Traffic Safety Administration seeks to address escalating issues with impaired driving.

States are wrestling with lower limits on blood alcohol levels, and the video highlights a driver who is seemingly sober yet displays poor reflexes.

Watch now.