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Car Accident Resources

Dealing with the consequences of a car accident can be an overwhelming experience. You'll likely have to work with your auto insurance provider, the other driver's provider, and even a personal injury attorney if the accident was particularly severe. Explore the car accident resources below to find answers to your questions about car insurance, accident liability, safety ratings, and more.

Federal Citizen Information Center - Cars
Features consumer information on cars.

Federal Trade Commission - Automobiles
Provides consumer education materials on automobiles.

Insurance Information Institute
Includes information on auto safety, auto insurance, teen drivers and more.

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety/Highway Loss Data Institute
Features vehicle ratings, safety facts, publications and more.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Provides crash statistics and articles about automobile accidents, product safety, and child passenger safety.

National Safety Council - Driving information
Features articles on car maintenance safety, airbag and seat belt safety, and more.

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Features consumer publications, product recalls, reports on unsafe products, statistics and more.

U.S. Department of Transportation
Features automobile statistics, dockets, rules and references.

Next Steps
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