Vehicle safety in Southeast Asia will be the focus of an upcoming meeting in Australia. The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) is hosting representatives from the fledgling Southeast Asian New Car Assessment Program (SEA NCAP) in Sydney from Feb. 13-16. About 15 delegates from Southeast Asia will be attending the meeting that includes a demonstration of a frontal-offset crash test. The Global New Car Assessment Program and the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research ...

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