Edmunds.com and Parents magazine pick the 10 vehicles best suited for family duty.
Memorial Day marks the beginning of the 100 deadliest days for teens on the road. Safety experts suggest ways to reduce that risk.
Older drivers may be able to compensate for health issues with vehicle features and fit evaluations.
The new child car seat rules call for parents to use seatbelts, not the lower anchors of LATCH, if the combined weight of the child and the car seat is 65 pounds or more.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) test and rate new cars for safety. Here's how to check out their findings.
Every year, an average of 38 children die after being left in hot vehicles. Safety experts are focusing on how best to prevent heatstroke tragedies.
Improvements in airbag placement and technology have reduced injury and fatality rates. Future car airbag technology could make driving even safer.