The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) released a study on the number of animal-related insurance losses for the years 2014-2017. The data is gleaned from insurance claims for losses that occurred in all 50 states
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest travel day of the year and one that sees a dramatic rise in the amount of accidents on our roadways. To remind Americans about the importance of
Teens nationwide are invited to join the Seat Belts Save Challenge, a competition to encourage seat belt usage by teens and their families. Initiated by the National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) with support from
AAA North Jersey is reminding drivers always to remove children from parked vehicles, even if the child would be alone only for a few minutes. -A comprehensive study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
There has been a lot of hype about self-driving cars, the scarey part of the equation is that the companies that are developing the technology are not planning to take responsibility if something goes wrong.
Older drivers are increasingly comfortable with and recognize the benefits of active safety technology, but they are still reluctant to relinquish total control to an autonomous vehicle, according to a nationwide survey by Munich Re,
Unfortunately, Halloween is known for having the highest number of child-pedestrian deaths all year and ranks among the worst for holiday-related DUI crashes and deaths. The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and California Highway
As part of Teen Driving Safety Week, this week, many companies are offering suggestions for better teen driving, statistics and research. To combat teens driving while drowsy parents can be have conversations and teens can
Attention parents, grandparents, baby sitters, aunties and those who drive with children passengers. Child Passenger Safety Week is September 18-24 and culminates with National Seat Check Saturday on September 24. Cars.com Winners Cars.com announced its
The FTC warns car renters who connect their iPhone or Android smartphone to rental cars to be careful and delete their data or use a USB charger in the 12 Volt port (formerly cigarette lighter).
2015 roadway deaths are in and it has lead federal/state governments and non-profit groups to call for action. USDOT DATA The U.S. Department of Transportation is released an open data set that contains detailed, anonymized
The National Safety Council and MyCarDoesWhat are reminding drivers of the perils of going back to school and driving during Labor Day weekend. Traffic deaths are increasing therefore drivers should drive safely. The organizations give