New Jersey readers might have heard that the Subaru Crosstrek earned the highest crash safety grade from the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety. Unfortunately, the fuel-efficient mini SUV also has the distinction of being in more at-fault collisions than any other vehicle in the U.S., according to a new study.
It has long been speculated that certain cities are more dangerous to travel in than others. However, a recent report from Allstate specifically shows which cities are the most dangerous for drivers. While no New Jersey cities landed on the dreaded worst 15 list, none made the list of the 15 safest either.
New Jersey residents who are concerned about road safety have a right to be worried considering that vehicle collisions in the United States are the current leading cause of death in pedestrians, drivers and passengers between 2 and 34 years of age. Fortunately, many motor vehicle accidents are preventable. Drivers should consider following several safety tips that might help them avoid accidents.