The National Highway Loss Data Institute Releases Best and Worst Cars for Losses

Not long ago the HLDI released findings based on vehicle data from 2012 to 2014 focused on personal injury claims associated with certain vehicle makes and models.

Common denominators included particularly small cars with low horse power.

Matt More, Vice President of the HLDI said ““It’s simply representative of the fact that when cars crash, they typically crash with other vehicles,” Moore said. “When you’re smaller than average, the laws of physics take effect and the vehicle is more likely to sustain more damage and therefore the occupants would be subject to higher injury risk.”

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