The National Research Council says the U.S. government’s existing tests for rollovers are too broadly defined and do not take into account real-world information such as crash data. The 5-star rollover ratings, implemented by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin., are based on a vehicle’s dimensions and weight distribution, but can result in vehicles with different rollover tendencies getting the same rating, say the researchers. The researchers propose using a numerical scoring ...

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