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Vehicle Safety ‘Very’ Important Say Car Buyers

Eighty percent of car buyers say safety ‘very’ important
Fifty two percent know chosen vehicle’s rating
Seventy six percent do not upgrade standard safety features

No driver or car buyer wants to dwell on thoughts of an accident, but safety is a prime consideration for many buyers when choosing a new vehicle. With more than 10 million vehicle accidents on U.S. roads each year, the possibility of a crash becomes increasingly likely as the number of cars on the road increases.

The latest research from BuyingAdvice.com shows that almost eighty percent of car buyers say that safety is “very” important in the …

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