Watch: Head On Crash Test Shows Just How Far Car Safety Has Come Since 1998

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Independent vehicle safety advocate ANCAP recently conducted a car-to-car crash test, and the results were quite shocking.

The analysis found that people are twice as likely to die in a crash if the car they’re traveling in was built before 2000.

Watch the test and analysis in this video:

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  • davee

    The 2015 Corolla is 500pounds heavier than the early model. A fairer test would have been to use a 2015 Yaris, which is about the same weight as the 1998 Corolla. The results of that test may have been a little different.

  • It is not Paranoia

    I want this job!

  • Twisting Tornado

    But most 1998 Corollas had a front airbag. You can even see where the airbag unit detatched.

    • Twisting Tornado

      You can see the airbag has beeen emptied. I beleive that this is shilling for the auto industry as they currently have record inventory. Scare people into a new car.

  • Tatiana Covington

    This is why I just don’t drive *at all*, and avoid cars as much as possible. The risk is cut down ca. 100-fold.

    Cuts costs too!