All vehicle manufacturers crash-test their vehicles before they are put to market. In order for a vehicle to pass the crash test they must meet very minimum standards, but meeting the minimum standards does not necessarily mean that you or your family will be safe in an automobile accident.
Crashworthiness is a vehicle’s ability to prevent injuries to its occupants in the event of a collision. Crashworthiness deals primarily with the ‘second collision’ that results when the driver and passengers collide against the interior of the vehicle after the initial impact. Crashworthiness features are designed to minimize occupant injuries, prevent ejection from the vehicle, and reduce the risk of fire.
- Roof crush
- Airbag deployment
- Frame damage
- General structural integrity
- Front, side, or rear crash
- Seatbelt function
- Post crash fire
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