Car safety is not just relegated to having multiple airbags. There are other important aspects and maintenance to consider. So, what can you do to ensure your car is safe to get into?
You’re looking through the used car adverts online and come across a car that looks too good to be true at a very low price. However, you notice in the seller’s comments that it has a ‘branded’, ‘rebuilt’ or ‘salvage’ title. So what exactly are they? Read on to find out.
In the realm of automobiles, the spotlight often falls on the safest cars or those electric vehicles (EVs) boasting the most impressive range. However, a more ominous aspect lurks in the shadows, embodied in the stark statistics of automotive fatalities. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) periodically uncovers these grim figures, shedding light on the vehicles carrying the most significant risk of fatalities.
Discover the 10 Safest Used SUVs under $10,000 and make an informed decision on your next affordable midsize SUV with our comprehensive guide.
It’s not rocket science when you think about it. Sometimes however, we need to be reminded of the best ways to keep running costs down and lengthen the life of our car (at least while we own it). These tips will keep you going for thousands of stress-free miles without the need for a mechanic.
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), immaturity and inexperience make a deadly mix for disaster. This applies to new drivers of any age, so finding a safe vehicle that is also reliable and doesn’t break the bank is a bonus. These are the top three concerns for families when purchasing a used car.
I have scoured the web in search of used cars that have been awarded a ‘Top Safety Pick’ badge by none other than the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Not only are these some of the safest used cars on the market, but they are also fabulously affordable (under $10,000) as I share what I found online.
There are many good reasons to buy a small used car, but is safety one of them? While compact or small cars offer better fuel efficiency and ability to park easily, often they lag behind when it comes to safety compared to their larger stable mates. However, after trawling through hatchbacks, sedans and hybrids, I’ve come up with a list of 6 of the safest small used cars for under $10,000 to get you on the road with peace of mind.
Once upon a time when our parents or grandparents got their licenses and bought their first car it would be lucky to have an airbag. Now all cars produced after 2013 have to automatically comply with new federal government regulations on the inclusion of anti-lock brakes, traction control, and stability control. Check out the safest buys.
Most car accidents can be avoided with some common sense and driver experience. So let’s take a look at the most common car accident claims insurance companies receive and what you can do to avoid them (and the possibility of a legal battle).