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Whether you're a new parent or an experienced one, we all understand the importance of safety while traveling. We also understand that there is only so much that can be controlled. One action that you can take TODAY, to ensure safety for your loved ones, is to educate yourself in the best and safest vehicles of 2019,according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Kia Rio & Kia Forte
The Rio, a mini best suited for small families, boasts enhanced control systems along with front, side, and curtain airbags to protect all passengers. For a larger vehicle, check out the Forte.
Hyundai Accent & Hyundai Elantra
The 2019 Hyundai line of vehicles have an all new and improved Collision Avoidance Assistance, along with LED lights to ease late-night driving anxieties.
Over the past few years, Toyota has been working to perfect their Automated Safety Features; Advanced Pedestrian Detection, Lane Tracing Assist, Road Sign Assist, and a cruise control that can detect surrounding vehicles.
Including Smart Brake Support, this Mazda also has an Adaptive Front-Lighting System to ensure safety when driving in any conditions.
This car has the ability to help you think and drive, it tracks lane changes and traffic proximity using its all new Road Departure Mitigation System.
Responsive LED headlights, Driving Assist, and Starlink safety systems; the real question is: what doesn't this car have?
The all new Honda Sensing provides unparalleled control assisting features to keep you and yours safe, no matter the length of the journey.
This is not only Nissan's first all-wheel drive vehicle, it also comes with their ever-improving Pro-Pilot safety systems.
You can't go wrong with the extra-eye safety features in the Legacy: blind-spot monitoring, viewing cameras, and auto-braking system.
With no less than an "advanced" rating for front-crash prevention, Audi boasts one of the safest luxury vehicles on the market.
Lexus ES 350
This new model is claimed to be "the most comprehensive safety system ever offered in a Lexus."
The smart-driver assistance in this vehicle will help tackle all terrain, including snow, mud, and rain.
Optimal LED lights and adaptive front-crash prevention earned this model one of the highest safety ratings for 2019 vehicles.
The Rock Creek edition of the Pathfinder is optimized to suit any adventure your family wants to explore.
The all new AcuraWatch brings innovative technology such as adaptive braking and cruise control, multi-camera rear backup camera, and collision avoidance assistance.
"Ultra high-strength boron steel – one of the strongest types of steel available – forms a rigid safety cell around the car, while crumple zones front and rear dissipate energy in the event of a collision."
This vehicle includes all of the safety features that are also in the Corolla, but build with a larger family in mind.
The Cadenza currently holds the top spot for safe, large cars, according to USNews.
BMW 5 Series
The adaptive technology from BMW keeps you in control, no matter the circumstances.
Transporting many passengers? Drive with peace of mind with the advanced airbag systems included in the Odyssey.
When paired with LED headlights and front-crash prevention, the Pacifica earned high scores in safety and control features.
Need some extra lift and towing power? Find all of the safety features you want in this family-oriented pickup.
Not only made for comfort, the Continental is designed with adaptive driving assistance and cruise control.