The importance and application of safety ratings are only visible in unfortunate incidents and here is a great example of that.
In this video, a Mahindra XUV700 is seen turned over after it crashes on the side of the road. XUV700 is one of the safest cars in the country going by the GNCAP safety ratings. It has a full 5-star safety score and its real-life incidents have proven the same too. People these days take into account the safety score which is making the OEMs manufacture cars keeping build quality in mind. Let us take a look at the details of this crash.
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Mahindra XUV700 Crashes on the Side of the Road
The video has been uploaded by Prateek Singh on his YouTube channel. He posts such content in order to raise awareness among Indian car owners regarding the importance of buying cars with high safety ratings. This incident has been reported from NH38 when the passengers were travelling from Madurai to Trichy in Tamil Nadu. As per the information in the video, the driver had set the cruise control to 78 km/h while driving on the highway. However, a dog appeared on the road suddenly. To save it, he steered away to the left and the SUV went into the field on the side of the road.
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The SUV is seen lying upside down near the trees. After it is taken out of it, the condition of the vehicle becomes visible. The bonnet, roof, bumper, windshield and the entire exterior look damaged. However, the side pillars remained resilient and absorbed all the damage. Resultantly, the passengers were scratchless. This speaks volumes about the rugged build of the SUV that managed to save the people yet again.
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Obey Traffic Rules
In conclusion, we would like to urge our readers to follow the traffic rules. The most common reason for road accidents continues to be overspeeding. Therefore, we must strive to encourage drivers to always drive within the speed limit. It is high time that we start behaving as responsible drivers by following the laws to promote road safety in our country. What are your thoughts on the matter?
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