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While drivers have been spending less time on the roads over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, preliminary data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration suggests that 2020 saw an uptick in traffic fatalities.

A new survey found that recreational vehicle rentals will remain strong in 2021, with millennials showing the greatest interest. According to an RV rental marketplace RVshare study, 73% of millennial respondents indicated they are likely to rent an RV next year, followed by Generation X at 59% and Baby Boomers at 47%. Overall, the ongoing coronavirus outbreak has caused a major spike in ...

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A sports car for the winter time? You can do it with the Porsche 911. Naturally, the 911 is engaging to drive thanks to its rapid acceleration and communicative handling. Yet with its small but useful back seat, comfortable highway ride and wealth of available driver safety aids, it’s also one of the best daily-driver sports cars out there.

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You might think an SUV is the only way to get all-wheel drive and lots of family-duty versatility. But Toyota has offered all-wheel drive on its Sienna minivan for more than a decade now. That’s also true for the redesigned 2021 Sienna. Notably, the Sienna is now exclusively a hybrid. Its four-cylinder hybrid powertrain isn’t overly powerful — it has 245 horsepower — but it does provide an attractive EPA-estimated 35-36 mpg in combined city/highway driving.

The number of motor vehicle fatalities has been trending down for decades, driven in large part by more people wearing seat belts. But location can play a role in the widespread adoption of seat belts. 

By forcing many Americans to stay home, COVID-19 created a rare opportunity for states to accelerate much-needed road repairs without interrupting daily commutes. 

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