“This week the #4RoadSafety Manifesto was launched providing a template for legislators to bring road safety regulations to their countries. I hope that following Stop the Crash the Thai government will bring legislation on ESC and ABS in motorcycles, two technologies much needed in our country and that can help save lives.”
"These results confirm once again the fundamental role of governments in protecting the lives of the inhabitants of their countries. There are some manufacturers that voluntarily offer safety above the legal requirements, there are others, as we have seen again today, that strive to increase profit in favour of safety."
María Fernanda Rodríguez, President @LatinNCAP
“It is troubling that during the UN Road Safety Week we yet again encounter a zero star car in our crash testing in India. Renault produce the Duster in a number of markets and yet it seems content to provide a version for India which falls so far short on safety." #SaferCarsForIndia
Secretary General, @globalncap
The safety of automobiles should be the same for all continents and should not be differentiated based upon where citizens are born. We must do as much as possible in the field of road safety to avoid losing lives especially those of young people.
Vice President of Uruguay
Latin NCAP released today the result of the Chevrolet Onix under Latin NCAP 2016 protocol.11 May, 2017
Latin NCAP’s second round of results for 2017 were released today with a disappointing zero stars result for both the Kia Rio Sedan and Chevrolet Onix.11 May, 2017