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|04-09-2014 07:20 PM|
|kennyrayandersen||The Fit was a tough call -- buy the 2013, which was made in Japan, or go for the new one that ostensibly have a better offset crash rating, but made in Mexico... I got the 2013 (and a big discount as well).|
|04-09-2014 04:13 PM|
|01-23-2014 07:45 PM|
Unfortunately, it appears the results of their fleet study isn't available to the public eye...
|01-23-2014 06:00 PM|
The moving barrier did not give at all!
The door is still closed too.
For what it's worth this improves the smart's chances on the road.
Perhaps not significant, yet everything helps.
|01-23-2014 04:24 PM|
The smart didn't look good from the top view of the video, to me.
Did they mention the results of that test?
|01-23-2014 03:38 PM|
A walking helmet is a good helmet
So much for Carlin's thinning of the herd . . .
Thanks to the visionaries at The Danish Road Safety Council and Trygfonden, an insurance company.
This 2009 Danish campaign poster reads:
"A walking helmet is a good helmet"
"Traffic safety isn't just for cyclists. The pedestrians of Denmark actually have a higher risk of head injury. The Danish Road Safety Council recommends walking helmets for pedestrians and other good folk in high risk groups."
Copenhagenize.com - Bicycle Culture by Design: A Walking Helmet is a Good Helmet
|01-23-2014 11:25 AM|
|Miss Mercedes||Yep! All of the tested cars have a traditional unibody. I'd be very interested to see how the Tridion Cell would stack up...the NHTSA video I posted gives a clue, but it was performed under more extreme circumstances...|
|01-23-2014 11:03 AM|
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