Behind the stars – understanding vehicle safety

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Behind the stars – understanding vehicle safety

MotoMe, Level 3

As anyone who frequents review websites will tell you, the more stars something has, the better it is. And if you’ve been looking for a car, you’ve probably come across the five-star ANCAP safety rating. So what does ANCAP do and what does it mean for a car to have five stars?

ANCAP provides Australian and New Zealand consumers with independent vehicle safety ratings. This includes advice and information on the level of occupant and pedestrian protection provided by different vehicle models in the most common types of crashes, as well as their ability - through technology - to avoid a crash.

The more stars a car is awarded, the better the vehicle performed in ANCAP safety tests. To achieve the maximum five-star ANCAP safety rating, a vehicle must meet the highest standards in all tests and feature advanced safety assist technologies.

Vehicle safety has come a long way over recent years and continues to improve each year. So, it stands to reason that a new five-star ANCAP safety rated car will offer better protection and technology than a car rated five stars five years ago.

P-plate drivers often buy older, second hand cars. Unfortunately, this means less experienced drivers, driving less safe cars. According to ANCAP, approximately 90 per cent of crashes involve some form of human error. And when you’re just starting out, it pays to have a little help. If you are involved in an accident, you want to be in one of the safest cars possible.
Our Safe Start car loans are helping P plate drivers aged 15-25 find and finance a safer first car. We could assist you to buy a safe car within your price range, and that you look for a vehicle which holds the maximum five-star ANCAP safety rating. Minimum 10% deposit required.

Visit us at the MotoMe store to see how together with ANCAP, we hope to help P plate drivers get into five-star ANCAP rated car with a Safe Start car loan.

ANCAP is an independent vehicle safety advocate and does not endorse any financial products.
Safe Start is a product of and MotoMe is a business of Macquarie Leasing Pty Ltd ABN 38 002 674 982 (Australian Credit Licence 394925). MotoMe is not a motor vehicle dealer. MotoMe is a car finance and buying service provider. It has business arrangements with a network of motor vehicle dealers across Australia to whom it may refer customers or from whom it may obtain quotes for customers, and will receive a fee for referrals or completed transactions under those arrangements. Terms, fees and conditions apply. All finance applications are subject to the satisfaction of approval criteria. The information in this document is general in nature and no part of it is to be construed as an offer or any kind of advice. Before acting on any information, you should consider the appropriateness of it having regard to your particular objectives, financial situation and needs and seek advice. Macquarie Leasing is not an authorised deposit-taking institution for the purposes of the Banking Act 1959 (Cth), and the obligations of Macquarie Leasing do not represent deposits or other liabilities of Macquarie Bank Limited. Macquarie Bank Limited does not guarantee or otherwise provide assurance in respect of any of the obligations of Macquarie Leasing.

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