The Australasian New Car Assessment Program is making it easier for consumers to identify the safety levels against which each car has been tested by adding a date stamp to its ANCAP-rating logos. Requirements for each star rating are increasing year by year and the new date stamp – such as “Tested 2014” – tells consumers the rating year a vehicle has been tested. The year featured within the date stamp signifies the rating year and consumers will be able to go to the ...

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