A campaign in Mexico placed the auto safety device in soap dispensers inside public restrooms.
Dutch car company TNO has developed vehicle safety features that cover the lower part of the front windshield to prevent injury.
This electric iSAVE vehicle features a spongy material that absorb impact, keeping the driver and passengers safe.
Luxury German automaker's new inflating seat-belt ready for production
The automaker's innovative technology extends safety to people outside of the car.
The protection mechanism triggered by seismic activity lifts homes up to protect them from damage.
The automaker's TV commercial gives thanks to the old standard as they introduce new safety features.
Ford is developing inflatable seat belts for back seat passengers (especially children) which will be an option on the 2011 Explorer.