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Seven Dangerous Cars for your California Auto Insurance

Seven Dangerous Cars for your California Auto Insurance


Safety is the number one reason American’s purchase cars…or is it? Studies have shown that many Americans purchase cars simply because of their looks, or the raw power its motor possesses. Unfortunately, when a car is purchased with those motives in mind, families often and up driving around in an extremely unsafe car, sometimes without even knowing it. Your California auto insurance rate depends on the safety of the vehicle you drive, and according to these statistics, millions of drivers are daily commuting in a dangerous vehicle!

Safety ratings come from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and are rated into four major categories.

  1. Frontal Crash test at 40 mph into a barrier
  2. Side-impact crash test where vehicle is struck by a 3,330 pound force
  3. Roll-over rating
  4. Rear-impact protection to test impact and whiplash of passengers

The following seven vehicles are considered the more dangerous in America:

7. Suzuki SX4

6. Jeep Wrangler

5. Nissan Pathfinder

4. Mazda CX-9

3. Mazda CX-7

2. Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab

1. Dodge Ram 1500 (Most un-safe vehicle in America)

Be sure to do your research on a vehicle and its safety ratings before you choose to purchase and transport your family around in it. If a car looks great, but offers no impact protection in an accident, it’s never worth purchasing! Give your California auto insurance agent a call today for recommendations on vehicles with the best auto insurance rates and safety ratings!


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