Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
Ford: Half of U.S. lineup to get automatic emergency braking by end of '19Jan. 12
After a report from federal regulators showed Ford lagging rivals on availability of the crash-avoidance technology, the automaker says the safety feature will reach the majority of its vehicles by next year and the rest by 2022.
A GLARING PROBLEMDec. 30, 2017
Report documents growth of emergency braking systems in 2017 vehiclesDec. 21, 2017
IIHS top safety picks dwindle under new criteriaDec. 7, 2017
IIHS beefs up crash testing for top pick designationOct. 19, 2017
Toyota, Chevy and GMC midsize pickups earn top IIHS safety ratingsSept. 6, 2017
Lane departure warning, blind spot detection reduce crashes, IIHS saysAug. 23, 2017
Lincoln, Mercedes, Toyota large cars receive top IIHS safety ratingsJuly 6, 2017
The Lincoln Continental, Mercedes-Benz E class and Toyota Avalon earned top honors among six large cars tested for crashworthiness by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The Tesla Model S fell short in some tests.
Magna touts new customizable LED headlampsJune 13, 2017
IIHS study finds just 2 of 37 SUV headlights rate 'good'June 13, 2017
The cost of life-saving tech: Totaled carsMay 7, 2017
Safety features such as lane-departure warning systems and multiple airbags prevent deaths and injuries from vehicle crashes. But they're also driving up the number of vehicles deemed to be total losses following accidents.