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Fleet Managers to opt for 'five star' safety

6 May 2014

Global NCAP has published new guidelines for organisations operating vehicle fleets, recommending that they only buy ‘five star’ cars.

The fleet safety guidelines advise fleet purchasers to select vehicles that have been rated by New Car Assessment Programmes (NCAPs) with the much coveted ‘five star’ safety rating. Global NCAP also recommends that fleet managers confirm that the cars they purchase meet the most important minimum United Nations vehicle safety standards.  

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