IIHS

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IIHSInsurance Institute for Highway Safety (Arlington, VA)
IIHSInsurance Institute for Highway Safety
IIHSInstitute of Integral Handwriting Studies
IIHSInternational Institute of Health Studies (Ottawa, Canada)
IIHSInternational Infant Hydrocephalus Study
IIHSIncheon International High School (South Korea)
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Auto Business News-March 1, 2018--The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety honours Subaru Canada's reverse automatic braking feature
A modified front-end structure and an optional new active braking system help the 2017 Ford Fusion qualify for a Top Safety Pick+ award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Summary: Chrysler Group LLC announced on June 2, 2010 that the all-new 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee has received a Top Safety Pick award by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) EoACAo the highest rating the organization bestows.
The Nissan Tiida has also received several safety recognitions, which include the highest six star rating for its crash-impact safety from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transportation and Tourism of Japan in 2004, highest ratings for front, side and rear impact by the US Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in 2008, and the Safest Car Award by Premiado Auto Mas Seguro magazine in Argentina in 2007.
THE new Nissan Murano, which is already on sale in America and is coming to Europe later this year has earned a top safety award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
McDermott also chaired several national trade associations such as the National Association of Independent Insurers and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The Saab 9-3, for example, was awarded the Top Safety Pick-Gold Award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in December 2005 for its front, side and rear crash occupant protection.
Not long ago, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety reported that collisions with deer were responsible for more than $1 billion in vehicular damage in the state of New York alone.
The standards, developed by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, call for vehicles to be redesigned by September 2009 to have side-impact airbags and to reduce the front-end height of taller vehicles to be more compatible with the height of smaller cars in head-on collisions.
The restrictions on passengers would make the California bill the nation's toughest on teens, but eight states have nighttime driving restrictions and 44 states have lower rates of acceptable blood alcohol concentrations for drivers under 21, says the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
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