Articles about Car Safety

The India-built SUV has six standard airbags but has passenger-protection issues
The MMDA has an important reminder for all motorists
The bigger the car, the bigger the blind spot-it's a simple concept that some motorists tend to overlook. That's why when you're driving beside a truck, the assumption should always be that the truck driver can't see
Another success for the Japanese car brand
Expensive cars aren't necessarily safe, and safe cars don't necessarily need to come with premium price tags. Mass-market darling Toyota is good proof of this, as its offerings have consistently walked away from New Car Assessment Program for Southeast
The SUV is as solid as it looks
Toyota has a pretty solid reputation when it comes to crash tests on our side of the globe. The latest offering from the Japanese brand to impress in terms of safety? None other than the all-new Land Cruiser LC300.The vehicle'
The carmaker is now working on a new road-condition monitoring system in the US
Road safety doesn't just depend on car technology or pedestrian and driver behavior-road conditions play a role as well. Road imperfections, the lack of signage and road markings, and other similar issues can ultimately be detrimental to the safety of
Does the name work for you?
Honda is to Honda Sensing as Nissan is to Nissan Intelligent Mobility. As for Toyota, it used to be the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) package, but it appears the carmaker has created a new umbrella name for all of its advanced driver-
Here’s how the carmaker plans to do it
For Honda, the upgraded Honda Sensing 360 package is just a small step toward achieving its goal of zero traffic-collision fatalities by 2050. But while the carmaker has its work cut out for it, it appears Honda has been real busy
It’s apparently a very safe compact sedan
Are you eagerly waiting the Philippine launch of the all-new Honda Civic? If your answer is yes, the New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) has some news you might find reassuring.According to the ASEAN NCAP, the
Would you buy into this tech?
If you still can't find it in yourself to trust computers with the lives of you and your passengers while you're on the go, you might want to sit down for this.Brembo, one of the world's leading brake
The Chinese market will be the first to get these
Zero traffic collision fatalities by the year 2050. Now, that might seem like a long way off, but it isn't really ages away in the grand scheme of things. Honda, though, seems dead set on meeting this target.To meet it,
It’s called the Knight, and it’s a next-level alarm of sorts
What if we told you that there's a cup holder for your car that can double as an anti-theft security device? Yeah, we didn't immediately buy the idea at first until we saw this.This gizmo is called the
This will be the 13th edition of Ford Philippines’ globally recognized program
Ford Philippines is bringing back its Driving Skills for Life (DSFL) program this year. And for the 13th edition of this globally recognized program, the carmaker is putting emphasis on driving and in-car safety under the new normal.The DSFL sessions
It will be very distinct from a shouty V8
Philipp Schiemer is the new boss of Mercedes-AMG, and he has potentially one of the most unenviable jobs in the performance car world: Take a brand famous for its earth-shatteringly raw combustion engines and replace them with silent electric ones.
There are actually potential dangers to it
It's probably safe to say that before the pandemic, most of us have never used alcohol-the disinfecting kind-more than we have in the past year or so alone. It's one of the easiest, most common ways to keep
Something important to remember in the summertime
Parked cars outdoors plus searing summer heat isn't just a formula for a major inconvenience-it's a potential health hazard, too. But is airing out your vehicle before hopping in and driving off really as necessary as some people make
Beyond its safety innovations, the brand has a fun side, too
Volvo started building cars in 1927-company founders Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson saw that foreign cars weren't able to cope with the snowy climes of their native Sweden, and wanted to build something safe enough to stay on the road.
By learning how drivers interact with cars, designers can create safer cabins
No matter how advanced cars have become these days, there is always room for improvement. Changes, no matter how big or small. can still be made to better the overall experience behind the wheel.Spanish carmaker Seat, for example, is studying how
Honda just keeps building safe cars
Honda just keeps building safe cars. Don't take our word for it-take the word of the New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) instead. The organization has just awarded Honda with four different honors at the recent
And is it safe to buy secondhand?
The full implementation of Republic Act No. 11229 or the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act has been deferred as parents are still left with many questions about the law. One of those is about the expiration dates of child car seats.
You can’t put a price on safety
Child car seats are in demand now that Republic Act No. 11229 or the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act became a hot topic at the start of the month. And while its full implementation has been deferred for now, parents still
30kph crashes are more dangerous than they seem
We know the Land Transportation Office's (LTO) initial implementation of the Child Safety in Motor Vehicles Act hasn't exactly been smooth sailing, so we understand the resistance to its new requirements, especially with regard to some items in the implementing
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