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ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.
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Date Published: 16 October 2020
All Videos: 30 videos on 2 pages
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ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

ANCAP welcomes Australian Government progress towards mandating emergency braking technology.

What's New From 2020?

ANCAP RESCUE app launched to protect first responders and save lives. B-roll footage of a road crash rescue.

Mark Terrell, Chief Technical Officer ANCAP Safety, Rhianne Robson, Director Communications & Advocacy, ANCAP Safety and Clayton Allison, Acting Inspector - Operational Capability, Fire & Rescue NSW and explain the ANCAP Rescue App.

The ANCAP RESCUE app provides first responders with critical vehicle safety information by identifying the location of in-vehicle hazards, and allowing the extrication of vehicle occupants involved in a crash to be conducted safely.

Car sharing service, GoGet, has joined with independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP SAFETY, to remind employers and employees to make safer choices when using a vehicle for work. Around 1 in 4 of all trips taken on Australia's roads each year are made by employees driving as part of their routine employment. While many organisations – big and small – now have established policies which require the use of 5 star ANCAP safety rated fleet vehicles, an aspect which is regularly overlooked is the use of generally older, less safe private vehicles for work purposes.

Car sharing service, GoGet, has joined with independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP SAFETY, to remind employers and employees to make safer choices when using a vehicle for work. Around 1 in 4 of all trips taken on Australia's roads each year are made by employees driving as part of their routine employment.

Consumers rode inside an AEB-equipped Hyundai Santa Fe which was driven towards a static demonstration vehicle. The outcome of the potential collision was averted through the emergency intervention of the vehicle's AEB system.

Consumers rode inside an AEB-equipped Hyundai Santa Fe which was driven towards a static demonstration vehicle. The outcome of the potential collision was averted through the emergency intervention of the vehicle's AEB system.

Consumers rode inside an AEB-equipped Hyundai Santa Fe which was driven towards a static demonstration vehicle. The outcome of the potential collision was averted through the emergency intervention of the vehicle's AEB system.

ANCAP Car-to-Car Crash Test involving 1998 and 2015 Toyota Corollas.

1998 and 2015 same model cars head on crash test in real time, from various angles.

TV Commercial showing a head on collision with the same model 1998 and 2015 vehicles.

ANCAP, Australasia's independent vehicle safety authority, has revealed its top performing vehicles for 2018 - the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, the Toyota Corolla and the Holden Acadia.

The campaign features two vehicles - one a 1998 model and one a 2015 model. The fate of the drivers is left to the consideration of the viewer when the two cars crash head-on. Viewers are prompted to review the safety rating of their own vehicle online.