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Crash tested: are hydrogen and electric cars safe to drive?

Crash tested: are hydrogen and electric cars safe to drive?

We’ve all seen pictures of damaged phone batteries, and the 1937 Hindenburg airship disaster didn’t exactly give hydrogen a great name. So are concerns about hydrogen and electric cars warranted?...

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Crash tests: how safe are the latest electric, petrol and diesel cars?

Crash tests: how safe are the latest electric, petrol and diesel cars?

‘The future can be green and safe’. That’s the verdict of car safety body Euro NCAP, following its tests of some of the latest electric cars.  The Mercedes-Benz EQA all-electric...

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Latest family cars crash-tested: which safety tech should you look out for?

Latest family cars crash-tested: which safety tech should you look out for?

Modern cars come with all sorts of tech intended to make you safer, whether it’s motorway lane-keep assistance or airbags everywhere from your chest to your knees. So what safety...

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Family and electric cars crash tested: which raised safety concerns?

Family and electric cars crash tested: which raised safety concerns?

The latest official crash test results are revealed - find out which car performed poorly, and whether all new electric cars did any better

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Family car is a Don’t Buy following crash test concerns

Family car is a Don’t Buy following crash test concerns

The Hyundai i10 received only three stars out of five for safety in official crash tests. We don’t recommend you buy any car that gets such a disappointing score or...

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More stringent crash tests launched for 2020

More stringent crash tests launched for 2020

The toughest-ever car crash tests have been announced by safety organisation Euro NCAP, with cars to be crashed into a moving barrier for the first time and assessed for how...

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