Does partial automation improve safety?

A new IIHS study adds to the evidence that the technology is a convenience feature that has little effect on crash rates.

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Designing vehicles for pedestrian safety

Designing vehicles for pedestrian safety

Good road design is essential for safe, walkable communities, but it's not enough. Vehicles also need to be designed with pedestrians in mind.

By Jessica Cicchino

Drivers are open to anti-speeding tech

Drivers are open to anti-speeding tech

Contrary to the conventional wisdom, more than 60% of drivers would accept intelligent speed assistance that provides a warning when they exceed the posted limit, a new IIHS survey shows.

2022 fatality facts

2022 fatality facts

Recently released data shed light on the factors that led to 42,514 deaths on U.S. roads in 2022.

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Key highway safety topics

For decades, IIHS has been a leader in finding out what works and doesn't work to prevent motor vehicle crashes from happening in the first place and to minimize injuries in the crashes that still occur.

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