Crash Test Bias Puts Female Drivers at Risk

The raw data on car accident fatalities tells us that the majority of Americans killed in car crashes are men.  But this statistic masks a troubling and relatively unknown fact: when a car crash does occur, women are at significantly greater risk of injury or death.  In a study published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it was found that a female driver or front passenger who is wearing her seat belt is 17% more likely than a male… Read More >