The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety will investigate conducting vehicle-to-vehicle front crash tests of at least 35 mph, rather than the 12- and 25-mph speeds it’s been testing at since 2013. The IIHS says it found that only 3% of front-end vehicle crashes occurred under 25 mph, and it expects vehicle manufacturers will upgrade their vehicles once the new test speeds are implemented the same as they did when IIHS updated its side crash tests.

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