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In This Issue
How to Buy a Safe Car
• Crash Test Ratings
• By the Numbers
• Further Information


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Safe...or Sorry: What to Know
Before You Buy a
New Car
Dramatically Improve Your Odds of Surviving A Crash

The car you choose can increase your odds of survival in a crash by 400 percent! That’s pretty important information when more than 40,000 people die each year in auto accidents.

“Ultimately, safety is active and passive,” according to Consumer Reports, “balancing the ability to avoid an accident and to survive one.” Find out what you should know when comparing the safety of one vehicle versus another.



Smart consumers use online tools
to compare car safety features

By the Numbers
5 Safest Cars

According to government and private experts interviewed by ABC News: 1) Volvo S80, 2) Subaru Impreza Outback Sport, 3) Honda Civic, 4) Volvo XC60, 5) Ford F150

Source: The Five Safest Automobiles,
ABC News

2010 Shopper

From top-rated cars to crash tests to child seats, you will definitely want this brochure in hand when comparing vehicle safety before you buy a car.

Source: Shopping for A Safe Car 2010, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (download brochure)

Number 1 Teen Killer

Car crashes are the top killer of teenagers. Consumer Reports' 2010 list of best cars for teen drivers is based on stability, brakes, airbags and crash-test results.

Source: 2010 Best Cars for Teen Drivers, Consumer Reports

Further Information

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
The granddaddy of all testing organizations, this federal agency tests new cars for full frontal impact, side impact and rollover potential.

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
The Insurance Institute tests vehicles in head-on collisions with a rigid barrier that is offset from center. The Institute also publishes reports that compare vehicles based on various loss data.

Crashtest.com’s claim to fame is that it compiles all of the crash-test information offered by the government and insurance industry groups, and puts it on one chart, on one page.

Surveys Stir Up Reader Response
- Entertaining reader comments from past surveys
- Answers to the Homeowner’s Insurance quiz
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