A new article discuss potential deficiencies in auto safety ratings. It compares the ANCAP (Australian New Car Assessment Program) and MUARC (Monash University Accident Research Centre) ratings systems. The writer informs consumers that they cannot fully depend on the data presented regarding the safety of vehicles because no two accidents are exactly alike. Different parties involved in an accident may experience different types of impacts based on seating position, the size of the vehicle, stationery objects involved, and more.
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