Children continue to die of heatstroke in cars. From apps and devices to low-tech strategies, here's what parents can do to stop a tragedy.
Here's what to do if you get caught on the road during an extreme weather event or natural disaster, such as a tornado, flash flood, dust storm or even an earthquake.
Older drivers may be able to compensate for health issues with vehicle features and fit evaluations.
Cars could soon prevent drivers from starting up unless they're belted and sober. They could also be locked out of using their handheld phones.
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.
How well does the 2014 Jeep Cherokee take on child safety seats? We try some configurations to find out.