Newly released research from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety indicates that hybrid cars are safer in crashes than their conventional counterparts. The study suggests that the lower incidence of injury is due to hybrid cars being heavier. Greater heft credited for greater safety A recently released study by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety Read on! →


Last year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Institute made its testing standards more rigorous, increasing the challenge for automakers to receive a five-star rating. Now the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is making a similar move with its ‚Äúsmall overlap,” or “glancing blow,” crash test. Most of the cars tested, however, failed to make the Read on! →


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has named the 2013 Dodge Dart and three other models to its “Top Safety Pick” list. The current list now includes 131 vehicles. Coveted Top Safety Pick list The other models added to the list were the Lexus ES 350 midsize luxury sedan, the Hyundai crossover Santa Fe and Read on! →


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its list of Top Safety Picks. The list, which is compiled by submitting new cars for crash testing, has more cars on it than ever. List of safe cars growing every year Car makers have, over the years, become increasingly sensitive to the desire among consumers for Read on! →


The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its annual survey of cars that are behind the most expensive car insurance claims, including both damage claims and injury claims. The most expensive car to fix is, unsurprisingly, a Ferrari, and the injury leaders are all subcompacts. List of most expensive car insurance claims for damage Read on! →