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New Car Safety Rating System introduced

18 February 2009

Euro NCAP, the organisation that assesses the safety of new cars, has introduced a new overall rating system . The system is a new approach to rating safety performance and will challenge vehicle manufacturers to make all-round safer cars. Over the next three years, stricter requirements will be introduced increasing the emphasis on all-round safety performance and demanding higher levels of achievement in each area.

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