Crash test

A crash test is a form of destructive testing usually performed in order to ensure safe design standards in crashworthiness and crash compatibility for various modes of transportation (see automobile safety) or related systems and components.

A crash test of the Honda Ridgeline by the NHTSA.
Frontal small-overlap crash test of a 2012 Honda Odyssey.
2018 Dodge Grand Caravan being struck by a mobile deformable barrier at 62 km/h.
2016 Honda Fit striking a wall head-on at 56 km/h.
Driver-side oblique crash test of a 2017 Honda Ridgeline.
Jeep Liberty undergoing routine impact testing at Chrysler's Proving Grounds
NHTSA research crash test involving two Ford Five Hundreds.
Full-scale crash test of various airbag technologies on an AH-1G (Mod) helicopter.

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