The annual meeting of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) in Detroit once again could prove pivotal in the discussion of accidents involving trucks and cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA) will present the latest results of front-end crashes between cars and trucks in an SAE paper at the conference March 1. The agency conducted offset front-end impact tests, crashing an Accord into a Chevy Lumina, Dodge Caravan, Ford Explorer and Chevy S-10 pickup. So far, NHTSA ...
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