We had a very difficult time working with Burger King.
This is a really good resource for consumers who want to find out what's been recalled by a manufacturer but don't know where to look.
I don't think their use is widespread enough yet to study.
We look at this from the standpoint that the more parental involvement the better because too many teens end up driving in risky situations, even with graduated driving laws in many states.
It would clearly help if the driving age were raised. But it never has gained any traction in most places to simply raise the age.
Obviously, a Pontiac Firebird is generally going to be driven in a much different way than a Honda minivan.
Side airbags with head protection and electronic stability control are in a class of safety feature that is extremely rare, ... These are features that reduce the risk of death by significant margins.
CPSC [also] recommends that kids under the age of 6 should never be allowed on a trampoline, period. We're also telling the industry they need to make sure that the shock absorbing pads are put on the springs all the way around the trampoline.
SUVs are absolutely not a good choice for a teenager, ... The bottom line is you don't have to buy a tank to get good safety.
You can never repeal the laws of physics, and a smaller, lighter vehicle is always at a disadvantage no matter how many safety features are built into it.
They're more likely than younger drivers to die in their crashes because of their fragility and their age. They're more likely to die in a crash a younger person would survive.
There are two things working against young drivers: inexperience and immaturity. To the extent that you can give teens more time to develop their driving skills and the judgment to counteract their lack of experience the better.
Elderly drivers, despite the popular driver notion, are not the big risk. Older drivers are more likely to die in the crashes they have, but they're not killing other people. Teen drivers are.
It's acceptable with its standard side airbags on the side test and also good in the head test, and that's a relatively inexpensive car.
These numbers are useless in doing a red light camera study.