Saturday 19 August 2017

WATCH: What happens when a 1998 and a 2015 Toyota Corolla dramatically crash into each other

ANCAP (www.ancap.com.au)

People are twice as likely to die in a crash if the car they’re travelling in was built before 2000. This is demonstrated by the results of this car-to-car crash test conducted by independent vehicle safety advocate ANCAP

The average age of cars in New Zealand is more than 14 years. Transport Agency data shows cars built before 2000, which represents nearly 40% of all passenger cars and SUVs on New Zealand roads, are involved in 57% of fatalities. Cars produced between 2010 and 2015, which make up 17% of the fleet, were involved in 10% of fatalities.

Safety isn’t a luxury.

 

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