The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) places most of the responsibility for traffic fatalities firmly on the shoulders of driver error (to the tune of more than 90-percent).
Sometimes water is good for your car. It’s used to regulate engine temperatures and a bucket of water and some soap will do wonders for keeping your car looking good as new. A flood, however, is a different story. Cars caught up in floods are always the money shot on the evening news.
Compact cars are always popular because they serve buyers with a wide range of needs.