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IIHS Reports for 11 Years of Vehicle Safety
May 22, 2017

For many people, style and gas mileage are the most important criteria when buying a new vehicle. For others, safety ratings are the most critical in their list of evaluation requirements.  The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, known as the IIHS, is the group most well known for safety ratings of vehicles that deliver reports to the public that rates which vehicles have the highest chance of survival and lowest risk of injury during severe crashes. This infographic breaks it down from 2006 to 2016:

Safety Ratings by the IIHS over 11 years

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