Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
IIHS top safety picks dwindle under new criteriaDec. 7
First Shift: Ford EV goes to Mexico; Mich. gets AV boostDec. 7
IIHS beefs up crash testing for top pick designationOct. 19
First Shift: A sleeker, longer-range Nissan LeafSept. 6
Toyota, Chevy and GMC midsize pickups earn top IIHS safety ratingsSept. 6
Lane departure warning, blind spot detection reduce crashes, IIHS saysAug. 23
Lincoln, Mercedes, Toyota large cars receive top IIHS safety ratingsJuly 6
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
IIHS study finds just 2 of 37 SUV headlights rate 'good'June 13
The cost of life-saving tech: Totaled carsMay 7
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.