The Australian government is increasing the number of crash tests conducted on new cars entering the domestic market. Infrastructure and Transport Minister Anthony Albanese says Australia will give the independent vehicle-safety group Australian New Car Assessment Program A$5 million ($4.3 million) to institute additional vehicle testing. The government will become a full member of ANCAP, as well. “We are committed to improving safety on our roads and cutting the carnage through a ...

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