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Vehicle crash rates dropped substantially in Oregon, Washington after those states passed laws that prevent holding a cell phone while driving; results not as dramatic in California, where law prohibits ‘holding and using’ a phone while driving: IIHS

Subaru Outback only midsized car to earn good rating in updated IIHS side crash test, with only three of seven vehicles tested receiving good or acceptable ratings in test; midsize cars did not perform as well as small, midsized SUVs in side crash test

Subaru releases 2021 Corporate Impact Report; highlights include 100% score in Human Rights Campaign’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index, 57 Top Safety Pick+ awards from IIHS, over 10,000 employee volunteer hours to support local communities

IIHS finds drivers prefer partial vehicle automation with safeguards that require driver to stay engaged with driving; drivers prefer ‘hands-on’ versions of lane centering, automated lane changing features versus ‘hands-free’ versions: study

Advanced technologies designed to help older drivers in their 70s, 80s could cut accidents at intersections by one-third; about 60% of accidents could be addressed by at least one of seven driving assistance technologies: study

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