Everyone wants to be safe, but are you? Learn the latest safety news before you commit to your next car.


Drive Safely in Spring Rain Showers Drive Safely in Spring Rain Showers

As snow turns to rain, it’s important for drivers to remember that ice isn’t the only thing that causes slippery conditions. Wet pavement accounts for more than 900,000 crashes a year in the US, and the dangers of driving in these conditions often come when least expected. Check out these tips to ensure your safety on wet roads this spring.

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Top Causes of Car Crashes Top Causes of Car Crashes

Not everyone is a perfect driver and sometimes accidents can happen on the road. Road safety experts have identified several of the most common types of car accidents.

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Dehydrated Drivers Cause Risks Dehydrated Drivers Cause Risks

You may not think about getting dehydrated while driving, but it happens. Maybe you don’t want to stop for a bathroom break on a long trip, or maybe you just don’t feel thirsty. Alarmingly, being dehydrated while driving can be just as dangerous as drinking and driving.

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Americans in Rural Areas are Less Likely to Wear Seat Belts Americans in Rural Areas are Less Likely to Wear Seat Belts

In a recent study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), drivers in rural counties had a higher motor-vehicle death rate than urban counties. The biggest reason behind this: a lack of seat belt use.

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Facts to Know About Automotive Testing Facts to Know About Automotive Testing

Automotive testing is an important part of determining the safety of a vehicle. You may have seen crash tests where a vehicle crashes into a wall with dummies inside, but automotive testing goes far beyond the crash tests you hear about.

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AC Units: Decreasing In-Car Pollution AC Units: Decreasing In-Car Pollution

The commute to work is a common thing for many Americans. These commutes can involve traffic jams and construction, which can affect your health. But, did you know that your car’s AC unit can actually decrease the air pollution that gets into your car?

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Allstate, National Safety Council Rank Driver Safety Allstate, National Safety Council Rank Driver Safety

Two recent reports from Allstate and the National Safety Council highlight road safety in different ways.

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The National Safety Council and Allstate Advocate Against Distracted Driving The National Safety Council and Allstate Advocate Against Distracted Driving

Two organizations are stepping up to advocate against distracted driving this April.

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