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Speed at impact was estimated at 45 mph, and both the driver and his passenger, a Cleveland woman, 29, were wearing their seat belts at the time, with both airbags deployed.
In the video, the front half of the S.U.V. is severely damaged, and both airbags are seen to have deployed.
All three carried beacons, shovels and probes, though not helmets or airbags, deployed if wearers are caught in a slide.
It has been engineered to meet or exceed all current safety regulations and features six airbags as standard along with a number of electronic safety systems.
Teams carry replacement airbags allowing a technician to remove the defective one on the spot.
By contrast, the approach of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is to set out general guidelines requiring features like airbags and antilock brakes and then ask automakers to self-certify their compliance.
Some elements in the T-Roc cabin, such as the airbag cover, are made from high-quality materials, but others—like the upper dashboard, the glovebox, and the door trim—are made from hard plastic.
The company agreed to provide $875 million to compensate automakers for costs related to recalls, and $125 million for victims of the faulty airbags.
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