Tata Nexon (5-star NCAP) Saves Driver From Fatal Injuries In HUGE Crash

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 22/06/2020
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This Tata Nexon rolled on to its roof, while it met with an accident. The impact was so severe that the engine flew out of the car. However, the driver walked away with a fractured shoulder.

Driving a car seems like a job too easy and much fun. Latter, it surely is, but it does require constant attention and mind-body coordination to let your reflexes work out this art. At times, however, the attention goes for a toss, resulting in a mishap, which can be fatal. Although, a well-built car can keep the occupants away from injuries in an accident. Here’s one similar situation to give you folks an idea. Here's a Tata Nexon, which was driven by a youth on a wet and winding road beyond the designated speed limits of the road. Therefore, made the car lose traction and fall in the ditch on the roadside.

Tata Nexon (5-star NCAP) Saves Driver From Fatal Injuries In HUGE Crash

The incident took place somewhere in Kerala. It can be seen in the pictures that the car first collided with something and then toppled on to its roof. Also, the engine flew out from its bonnet and landed around 20 feet away from the car. While the pictures of the mishap are tragic, the driver walked out of the car with a fractured shoulder. However, the car’s condition hints that the driver was driving beyond his capabilities and the speed limit of the road, which isn’t appreciable. Since driving a safe car only keeps the occupants alive, but other road users are at risk.

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Talking of the Tata Nexon, it boasts a 5-star G-NCAP rating. Also, it was the first Indian car to receive a complete 5-star G-NCAP crash test rating. Tata Nexon comes equipped a slew of safety features, such as dual-front airbags, front seat belt reminders, rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD, CSC, and seat belts with pre-tensioners and load limiter as standard fitment across the range.

Tata Nexon (5-star NCAP) Saves Driver From Fatal Injuries In HUGE Crash

The car is now totalled and would be declared as a total loss by the insurance company. The owner of the car would get the total insured declared value, but this is a cost to the economy. Also, increasing road accident numbers force insurance companies to increase the premium. Therefore, team IndianAuto.com urges all of its readers to drive safe and follow the speed limits to keep away from a mishap.

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