Deadliest Vehicles for Drivers

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Hyundai Accent (4-door)
Driver deaths per million registered vehicles: 120
Multiple vehicle crashes: 65
Single vehicle crashes: 53
Single vehicle rollovers: 16
IIHS Safety Ratings
Moderate overlap front: Average
Side: Poor
Roof strength: Average
Head restraints & seats: Average
NHTSA Rating
Not tested

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    1. Am I safe in a hybrid car? Two frtuaees that allow a hybrid to be so fuel-efficient, the electric technology and lightera0weight of the vehicle, are cause for concern for some potential buyers.a0 For example, the high voltage required bya0a hybrida0car’s battery could prove dangerous in a collision if wires are exposed.a0 Also,a0the light weight ofa0some hybrids may concern potential buyers who fear these types of cars would not fare well in a collision.a0 Check out the safety rating of most hybrid carsa0herea0or review hybrid suv safety here.

  1. I had a 2014 KIA RIO. Last year a person hit me while I was driving my car. It hit dead center. I was doing 40 mph the car that hit sstarted turning right into my lane. The only thing that surprised me was the air bag did not deploy, fortunately my seat belt saved me from hitting the steering wheel. If I had seen this list of Cars I may have not replaced it with the same 2014 KIA RIO.
    I wish you would do the same type of aricle as this on the mechanic repairs. Currently I have several electrical problems. The worse part is it only happens when the weather is cold. I found this out living in Indiana.

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