Find out which vehicles made the cut, according to rankings from J.D. Power – and if they'd make your cut for a family car.
The UK-made airbags, which are located in the shoulder pads of the car seat and deploy within 0.05 seconds of a collision, reduce neck and head stress in the event of a crash.
The ol' swagger wagon's more winsome than wince-worthy these days. Here's how today's fleet of SUVs, crossovers and, yes, minivans are giving families a whole new ride.
No matter what the weather, it's never safe to leave your kid unattended in a car. But during summer, heatstroke is a risk when kids are left in hot cars.
From infant seats to boosters, get the information you need on Michigan's laws and requirements – plus what safety organizations recommend.
According to a new study, whatever car you drive while your child still lives at home will likely impact the automobile purchases he makes when he's grown.
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