The cars that failed kiddie safety tests big time

Tests conducted by the Global New Car Assessment Programme and SA's Automobile Association revealed that automakers do not pay enough attention to child safety.
Tests conducted by the Global New Car Assessment Programme and SA's Automobile Association revealed that automakers do not pay enough attention to child safety.
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Global automakers aren’t paying enough attention to child safety with the lower-priced cars they’re selling on the SA market.

That was the take-out after a couple of models scored very poorly in this area, in crash tests conducted by the Global New Car Assessment Programme and SA’s Automobile Association.

 

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