1 in 3 drivers admit lying to their car insurance companies, most often about their mileage and their address.
An IIHS study shows that a downward shift in car crashes for older drivers that began in 1997 continues on.
More vehicles fall through ice than you'd guess, unless you're an ice fisherman. Recovery of the vehicle is mandatory and can cost thousands of dollars. Are you covered?
Usually a car owner cannot be held liable for the actions of a car thief, but there are exceptions.
Don't be cruel: The wrong tires, unexpected ice and plain old lack of training helped put many Dixie drivers into ditches.
Your car insurer may not know if you have a radar detector, but will definitely find out if you get a speeding ticket.
Car insurance mirrors your love life: Today's permissive driver is tomorrow's named insured.
11 states have been tagged with a red rating for failing to adopt life-saving traffic laws.
Leaving the keys in the car to warm it up or cool down makes it a magnet for car thieves -- and now, for police writing tickets.
A pileup in Wisconsin caught on camera gives us a teachable moment. Here is what the experts say the drivers did wrong.