A new report suggests the safest and most affordable car in America is not a Toyota Camry, but a Chevrolet Volt.
In fact, the best-selling vehicle in America right now is the Volt.
According to a new report, the Volt is actually the safest in America, with an average crash-survival rate of less than 3 percent, and the best overall crash-avoidance rating of 85.3.
The Volt, which was developed in collaboration with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, has been the best choice for a decade.
However, the safety record has been marred by several recalls and crashes since the vehicle was introduced.
The report found that the Volt’s average crash safety rating has dropped by 10 percent since the 2009 model year, but it has a lower overall crash survival rate of 9.3 percent.
It’s also not the safest vehicle on the road, with a crash-loss ratio of 13.6 percent.
The lowest crash-related fatality rates in the study are for the Lexus RX 460, Honda Accord, Mazda RX7 and Subaru Impreza.
The Subaru Imprisas, Mazda’s compact SUV, had a crash rate of just 2.8 percent.
The report also found that there are more than 4,500 vehicles in the U.S. that have a crash rating of less then 4.
A study released last month by Edmunds.com found that consumers spend more time looking at their phones than actually driving their cars.
The study, which analyzed data from a new survey of over 7,000 drivers, found that most people were only paying attention to their phone screens while driving.
This is particularly problematic for those who have been involved in an accident, as the data shows that the most frequent driver distraction is checking their phone, which can increase the likelihood of an accident.
In the study, drivers were asked to take five seconds to look at their phone and report any accidents that occurred in their last five years of driving.
The average time was 2.6 seconds, which translates to a crash avoidance rate of 14.9 percent.
Drivers were also asked to identify which of the five worst crashes on their phone they experienced.
While the Volt has a crash survivability rate of 11.4 percent, it’s still one of the most expensive vehicles on the market.
According to the report, its average cost per mile is $1,082.
However it has an average cost of $1.086 per mile compared to the average cost for the Hyundai Sonata and Volkswagen Jetta, both of which have crash-tolerance ratings of 2.5 percent.
Both vehicles are also among the top-selling vehicles in America.
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