This is why we wear seat belts in Georgia
Now this fellow miraculously made it out alive as he crashed through the windshield and was able to walk away apparently unscathed.
You though dear reader may not be so fortunate.
Do you know what the Top 8 most DANGEROUS cars to buy in 2012 are?
If you are in the market for a LUXURY car then listen closely to this top 8 list we are about to share with you.
The results are in and they are not pretty.
We have already discussed how the PUSH for better fuel economy is causing manufacturers to use lighter guage steel for their cars. This in turn is causing
dangerous safety issues in recent crash tests and higher auto insurance premiums.
Did you know that more than 10,000 people are killed each year in front-end crashes in the United States?
The PROBLEM is that while most cars offer protection for head on front-end accidents, they do not offer much protection with overlap crashes, (where the car is not hit head-on).
So how do the LUXURY cars stack up in this area?
Do test crashes really reveal a deadly FLAW in 2012 LUXURY cars?
If you are thinking about buying a LUXURY car then listen closely to what we are about to share with you…
This isn’t about bashing luxury car makers like Lexus or Mercedes Benz. Instead it is a WAKEUP call for car manufacturers and potential buyers. Deadly car crashes and higher
car insurance premiums.
You see it is about a NEW kind of crash test that has been designed to EXPOSE possible flaws in car manufacturing safety design.
“The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently introduced the “
small overlap frontal crash test,” in which part of the front of the car Continue reading
Do you own one of these automobiles that were on the 2012 list of top 10 cars that were stolen last year?
NICB National Insurance Crime Bureau has put together its list for 2012 for the top 10 automobiles that were stolen in Georgia in 2011.
So were there any surpises for our
Georgia car insurance customers? Continue reading
Will you make this DEADLY car pooling mistake this weekend?
It started off all fun and games.
After all who wouldn’t want to go to a waterpark.
And so everyone piled into moms SUV. The problem was that they KEPT piling in and piling in until their were 12 people in an SUV meant for 8.
That meant 4 kids wouldn’t have seatbelts to wear. Unfortunately NONE of them would wear them that day. Not even a car seat for the little ones.
(LESSON: The example you set for children will effect whether your teens wear seatbelts later on or not.)
Then it gets worse. The SUV veered off the road and flipped several times.
Channel 5 news reports