New guidelines for fleet operators worldwide recommend they buy only vehicles with top ratings for safety. The Global New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) guidelines issued during a meeting in Melbourne, Australia, advise fleet purchasers to confirm the vehicles they buy meet the most important minimum United Nations vehicle-safety standards and have a NCAP 5-star safety rating. Global NCAP acts as a global platform for NCAPs around the world to exchange best practices in consumer-oriented ...

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