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Toyota Camry podbacila na novom crash testu

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Samo test, da vidim da li post prolazi. Ako prodje, postujemo.

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Prema tim nezvanicnim tipovima, sada je Subaru najbezbedniji.Evo su ti tipovi, opet. Na B92 ima vest:

 

Subaru modeli najbezbedniji u SAD

 

Američki Institut za bezbednost saobraćaja na autoputevima (IIHS) nagradio je sve Subaruove modele koji se prodaju na severnoameričkom tržištu najvišim priznanjima za bezbednost - "Najbezbedniji 2013". Subaru je jedini proizvođač automobila koji je u SAD dobio ovu nagradu za sve svoje modele.

 

Edit: kada sam sklonio link na B92, radi. Mislim da je linkovanje bilo problem.

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Sta to znaci? Da je Subaru, japanski brand, blizak The Toyoti, platio tamo nekoj Miki Maus organizaciji da budu proglaseni za najbezbednije? Ili..

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Videvsi kako se javnost lako peca na miki maus izvestaje, fantomske organizacije za "bezbednost" su pocele da nicu na sve strane.

 

Dvoje u radnoj sobi su pre mesec dana osnovali "JACDEC" Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre i napravili nista manje nego listu avio kompanija po bezbednosti i cak uspeli da se to smece objavi u 200 godina starim novinama.

 

Zbog prirode proizvoda (aviosaobracaj) je kompanijama lako da kazu da je to shoder, proizvodjacima kola je mnogo teze,

 

Qantas je rekao: "This is not a reputable index recognised by the aviation industry or safety experts,"

 

U clanku kaze da je sajt sa koga je smece poteklo u svet amaterski kao srednjoskolski projekat sa nastave.

 

http://www.jacdec.de/

 

Evo kako je islo:

 

 

However, because the calendar year statistics are finalised during the the Christmas-New Year silly season, it’s also possible that you have read ludicrous stories in the Australian media about a couple of German creators of lists claiming that Finnair – a fine European carrier, no doubt – is “the safest airline in the world”.

The pair, operating under the name of the Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre, have little credibility in the aviation industry and not a single word of their findings was reported by reputable US and European aviation media such as Flightglobal.com and Air Transport World.

But, in the week after New Year, when specialist aviation reporters were mostly on holiday leave, JACDEC showed considerable skill in public relations in having its report published in Australia.

There was curiosity about the report in Australia because it rated Qantas lowly, but the airline was rightly indignant. "This is not a reputable index recognised by the aviation industry or safety experts," a Qantas spokeswoman told Fairfax.

In fact, the giveaway for me was in the organisation’s amateurish website, complete with black-and-white pictures of the founders and a cavalcade of literal errors: it looks like it was thrown together by junior secondary students as a project.

 

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/travel/blogs/travellers-check/worlds-safest-airline-really-20130114-2coml.html#ixzz2Huy1j4c1

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