Car safety expert says old cars should be off the roads
Cars made before 2002 should be taken off the roads according to Australia’s leading vehicle safety group.
The Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) believe older vehicles should be phased out because they pose a safety risk.
Research shows cars aged 15 years old or older were involved in four times the number of fatal crashes than cars manufactured in the last five years.
Ben Fordham speaks with CEO of ANCAP James Goodwin.
“We’re calling for ways to combat the rising road toll.”
Listen to the full interview below