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AIRBAGS DOES
NOT SUBSTITUTE SEATBELTS

Airbags are not subtitute for the use of seatbelts, they work best when everyone is buckled and children are properly restrained in the back seat.

ABS IMPROVES STEERING IN AN EMERGENCY

ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) is a braking system and also improves the steering in an emergency as the rolling wheels allow the car to be steered away from an obstacle and trouble.

SAFETY BELTS PREVENT DEATH IN 50% OF CASES

Safety belts can prevent death in about half of the accidents.

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04.15.2015

Latest Latin NCAP Crash Test Results: Seat León scores five stars in Child Occupant, C3 acceptable performance and Nissan shows positive reaction

The latest results of Latin NCAP crash tests continue to show important progress in car safety in Latin America. With new support from Bloomberg Philanthropies Latin NCAP is continuing to...

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04.09.2015

April 15: Latin NCAP results

The New Car Assessment Programme for Latin America and the Caribbean (Latin NCAP) announces the launch of the first results of its Phase VI. The presentation of results will be...

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03.06.2015

Ecuador is the first country in Latin America and the Caribbean to adopt UN Regulations

Ecuador recently published their latest version of their Regulation RTE INEN 034 where the country has adopted United Nations regulations such as the UN 94 Occupant protection in frontal crash,...

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