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The Australasian New Car Assessment Program endorses the new small-overlap frontal-crash test by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in the U.S., saying it supports continuous development of crash-testing. “We are monitoring developments in vehicle safety and the crash-testing field worldwide so that we can incorporate best practice into our Australasian test regime,” ANCAP Chairman Lauchlan McIntosh says in a statement. ANCAP conducts a series of five ...
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