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Ratings of child restraint installation hardware are getting better.
Vehicles with good driver protection may leave passengers at risk, an IIHS study shows.
Two decades of speed limit increases have cost 33,000 lives, new IIHS research shows.
The midsize SUV earns the top award from IIHS, thanks to good crash protection across the board, a superior-rated front crash prevention system and acceptable-rated headlights.
Jan. 1 is the deadliest day of the year for alcohol-related crashes.
Thirty-eight models earn Top Safety Pick+, the Institute's award for optimal crash protection and crash avoidance. Another 44 earn Top Safety Pick, which doesn't take headlights into account.
The vast majority of new booster seats earn the top rating of BEST BET from IIHS, but bad designs continue to slip through.
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