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Chevy Volt top safety pick: Does safety rank as your top feature when shopping for a car?

  • 100% absolutely yes

    Given that we are in the business of transport (<a href="https://www. Justproper. Co">JustProper</a>) its imperative that car safety is at its absolute max. No exceptions! Regardless of the the manufacturer or the model safety is first thing that comes to mind when it comes to transportation. Everything else comes second after that.

  • Yes, Volt honored by Insurance Group

    The Chevy Volt was recently chosen as the top safety pick. It has an (albeit) optional forward collision monitoring system that alerts drivers if they are close to hitting another object. In addition, it has been voted a "best buy" when compared to other cars in it's class. Safety is my number one priority when purchasing a new or using car.

  • Safety is number one!

    When I am looking for a car safety is always my number one pick. I have 3 kids and the most important factor is keeping them safe. If a car looks good but will not give me piece of mind then it is not worth it. I need to feel that my family is safe at all times.

  • Safety is Important, but Gas Mileage is More Important

    Safety is an important part of any vehicle purchase. People typically won't willingly buy a vehicle with a poor safety rating or bad track record. However, it is only one of many considerations. Most vehicles are relatively safe, but can differ wildly on gas mileage ratings. Since gas mileage ratings have a direct and immediate impact on the pocketbook, it's a more important consideration.

  • No, the price of cars puts safety further down the list

    While its nice that the Volt's top in safety, the fact that affording one or any other car which shows up on these safety lists is a pipe dream makes its ranking moot. Until I, and scores like me, can afford the outrageous lease or financing costs associated with getting a car, then anything besides a used, gas guzzling car of old will be a luxury


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