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Watch: Head on Crash Test Shows Just How Far Car Safety Has Come Since 1998

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 12:42
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Independent vehicle safety advocate ANCAP recently conducted a car-to-car crash test, and the results were quite shocking.

The analysis found that people are twice as likely to die in a crash if the car they’re traveling in was built before 2000.

Watch the test and analysis in this video:

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  • Radiance

    1998 Corolla without a driver’s side airbag? Okay….

  • Pink Slime

    They should have airbags and absorbing frames.

    I will tell you why. Have you seen how SMALL cars are getting? They make them look big but when you actually walk around the car and look inside you can see how small and SQUEEZED they have become making me think you will DIE in these with anything of around 40 mph and higher.

    I looked at several of these fancy and some very popular cars and I noticed in some there is just 1 to about 1-1/2 feet or so from the rear passenger seat to no more than 2 to 2-1/2 feet from the front driver seat area, literally, in some cars I have seen. My best eyeball measure.

    I can’t imagine what would happen to you at much higher speeds and a car going the opposite way at the same speed, or even a rear-end collision. In fact, there was a recent crash that killed an entire family (with baby) in a head-on crash and when they mentioned the car (popular among the millennials} I knew, no way, anybody would survive.

    Seems the driver was distracted and hit head on into a delivery truck.

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