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Volvo Crash Prevention System Receives High Marks From Insurance Institute

 Tuesday, July 19, 2011

 The New York Times

Volvo vehicles equipped with the brand’s City Safety forward-collision avoidance system are far less likely to be involved in low-speed, rear-end collisions than vehicles lacking the system, according to a new study. The findings were produced by the Highway Loss Data Institute, a research arm of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, both of which are financed by the insurance industry. Volvo’s City Safety system is intended to help a driver avoid hitting a car, or lessen the severity of the collision, at speeds up to 19 miles per hour.
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