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2018 Toyota Camry has improved autobrake

The redesigned Camry also has headlights that earn either a good or acceptable rating on all trim lines. The midsize car qualifies for the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's Top Safety Pick+ award.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
2018 Honda Odyssey earns Top Safety Pick+

The redesigned minivan is available with two things the previous version lacked — a high-performing automatic braking system and acceptable headlights. The changes mean the 2018 model qualifies for the top award from IIHS.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
IIHS and HLDI announce new president

David Harkey will become the next president of the two highway safety research organizations in January. He will succeed Adrian Lund, who is retiring.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Four small pickups are good in small overlap front test

Four out of eight small pickup trucks tested by IIHS earn good ratings for occupant protection in all five IIHS crashworthiness evaluations, but the lack of an automatic emergency braking system and poor-rated headlights mean these pickups don't qualify for either of the Institute's safety awards.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Side guard prevents truck underride in 40 mph crash

An aftermarket device that attaches to the sides of a tractor-trailer successfully prevented a midsize car from sliding underneath the trailer in a 40 mph crash test conducted by IIHS.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Lane departure warning cuts crashes

Lane departure warning and blind spot detection are helping to prevent the type of crashes they were designed to address, new IIHS research shows.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
STATUS REPORT: Volume 52, Number 6

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POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
2018 Kia Sorento earns Top Safety Pick+ award

The midsize SUV qualifies for the highest award from IIHS, thanks to newly available acceptable-rated headlights. 



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Volkswagen Atlas earns Top Safety Pick award

The Volkswagen Atlas, a new midsize SUV, earns the 2017 IIHS Top Safety Pick award, thanks to good crashworthiness and an available superior-rated front crash prevention system.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001
Adult belt use lags in the back seat

Adults know children must be properly restrained, but when it comes to their own safety, many mistakenly believe safety belts are optional in the rear seat. In a recent IIHS survey, more than a quarter of adults said they don't always buckle up when riding in the back.



POSTED JANUARY 01, 0001

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