The Fresh York Times
June 23, 2016
Front-seat passengers in some petite sport utility vehicles may not be as well protected as drivers in certain types of crashes, according to latest tests of seven vehicles by the nonprofit Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The tests, known as petite overlap frontal tests, were similar to the kind that the institute conducts by directing the front-end influence to the driver’s side of the vehicle. Continue reading Risks Higher for Front-Seat Passengers in Some S