Friday, September 24, 2010

Does the size of a car matters?

Small cars posing threat to driving-fatal car accidents

car accident
Why small cars are built?
All new cars and other trucks are built to congregate a comprehensive set of federal safety regulations. They are built keeping in mind the precautions and the safety measures. But that doesn’t mean that all vehicles are equally safe all the time. You might wonder when you come to know that the vehicle that you are buying or which you are driving may put you at a greater risk of dying in an accident, according to a study published by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, a nonprofit supported by the insurance industry.

Why we choose small cars?
People choose small vehicles because they are generally more environmentally friendly, a great value, they provide for greater driving and parking options in congested urban areas, and many consumers tell us they are simply more fun to drive.


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