Keep in mind, the safest practice regarding cell phone use while driving is to not use it at all. Placing your cell phone in the center console and practicing an “out of sight, out of mind” approach could help keep you, your passengers, and others around you out of a dangerous situation due to distracted driving. If using your cell phone while driving is unavoidable, here are a few safety tips you can use to prioritize safe driving practices when using your phone.

While manually maintaining your vehicle’s speed is one less thing to focus on, it can be tempting to reach for your phone, mess with the radio, or just zone out while you’re driving. Relaxing too much while relying on cruise control can create a false sense of security.

No matter how careful you are on the road, animal collisions can happen. Deer can be especially dangerous since they’re a larger animal. If you’ve hit a deer and are uninjured, you’ll still need to follow a few basic procedures to keep yourself safe until assistance arrives. Here’s what to do if you hit a deer on the road.

Before you head out on the winter roads, here are a few things you can do to be prepared, just in case you get caught up in a winter storm.

The headrest in your car may be one of its most overlooked safety features. As long as you’re comfortable while driving, you probably don’t pay it much attention. Here are some useful facts you might not know for proper car headrest safety!

Getting your car stuck on ice in the winter is an all too common occurrence for many drivers. If you find yourself stuck on ice while you’re away from home, there are a few things you can try before making an emergency call.

It’s tough to know when it’s time to change your windshield wipers. We’ve got some helpful tips for when they’re bad, and how to keep them in tip-top shape!

Sure, those sleek, speedy sports cars are fun, but they aren’t exactly practical, especially if you have or are planning on having kids. So, what exactly are the best cars for families?

Sure cost, style, and MPG are important, but what about safety / handling, storage & space, eco-efficiency and technology? Much has changed in the debate over sedans vs SUVs—how do the best in class compare for 2018?