Yes, it would appear that we just can’t get enough of Jason Fenske from Engineering Explained. Here we are again with yet another amazing video by the famous car enthusiast. Today’s video is about the explanation of what it means when a car has a 5-star crash rating as versus a 3-star or 4-star crash rating.
Before we can get to the video, if you haven’t checked out the YouTube channel of Engineering Explained; you are missing out on some really exceptional and informative content. Jason Fenske is known for his well-illustrated and easy to understand videos. It isn’t every day that you find someone who has a passion for something and is capable of explaining the different phenomena in the simplest of terms. Whether he is talking about the tires of your car or explaining different engines; Jason Fenske knows how to keep his audience engaged with his knowledge and oratory skills.
The video’s description reads, ‘What does it mean if a car has a 5-star crash rating versus a 3-star or 4-star crash rating? What does the overall vehicle score mean? What do frontal, side, and rollover ratings represent? We’ll cover what testing is involved for each test, as well as what the star rating means and how it correlates with a risk of injury depending on the occupant’s location in the vehicle. It’s important to understand that all vehicles must meet minimum federal standards for safety; however star ratings allow you to compare vehicles and determine which vehicles are the safest within their category.’
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