The Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) involves crash testing late model vehicles to compare the injury levels and survival prospects of occupants involved in frontal and side collisions.
Buying a baby capsule, baby car seat or child's car seat is an important purchase. You need to know which one is right for your child's age and weight and how to use the car seat properly.
RACQ's safety fact sheets are designed to give you concise and accurate information relating to a range of car maintenance, design and safety issues.
The Used Car Safety Ratings provide you with an overall crash safety rating which includes a model's impact on unprotected road users and drivers of other vehicles. The Used Car Safety Ratings rate 199 vehicle models, which cover most of the popular vehicles in the Australian and New Zealand vehicle fleets manufactured from 1996 to 2008.