Interpreting IIHS safety tests for car/SUV headlights


NetEase reported on July 19 the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), hereinafter referred to as an important promoter of safety standards in the automotive industry, its first introduction of 25% offset collision let many manufacturers hurt their brains, and even resort to "cheating" approach to get a high score The IIHS has recently published a review of 31 crashworthy vehicles. Recently, the IIHS published the results of headlight safety tests on 31 cars and 21 SUVs, covering American, Japanese, Korean and European brands, most of which are also sold in the domestic market.

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