Car Safety by Drew

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  SAFETY FACTOR: CAR SAFETY  ãã A vehicle’s safety depends on several factors, including its make, model, year and size. Newer cars come equipped with advanced safety features like more airbags, electronic stability, crash avoidance technology and bodies engineered to reduce rollover. ãã The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) found that collision fatalities in late-model vehicles have dropped by more than a third in the past three years. The IIHS and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) evaluate crashworthiness  – or how well a vehicle protects its occupants during a crash  Here are six things to consider when looking at car safety ã SIZE MATTERS ã BODY BUILD ã TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM ã AIRBAG SAFETY ã ELECTRONIC STABILITY CONTROL ã CRASH AVOIDANCE  SIZE MATTERS ã The size of your vehicle plays a major role in safety. Smaller cars tend to be lighter and don’t provide as much protection for the driver. Heavier vehicles are less affected by collisions, but they take longer to stop. ãã Minivans have the lowest collision fatality rate and offer occupants better protection from injury with a driver death rate of 25 per million, according to the IIHS,. Pick-up trucks average around 52 deaths per million. Cars have a death rate of 56 per million, while 4-door mini-cars average 82 deaths per million.
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