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Manufacturers like Mercedes-Benz and Volvo have long been testing the protection of their cars.
"Almost 100 years ago, car passengers faced risks of death even in a minor – by today's standards – fender bender. Automobile safety has evolved so much in recent times that it is possible to escape with minor or even no injuries at all from a 60 km/h (37 mph) head-on crash. In the past five decades, a few independent organizations have started performing well-established crash tests of which results have now become a very important part in the buying decision o..." Continue Reading →
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