Your access and use of this website constitutes your agreement to the following terms and conditions.
- "This website" means all webpages located on the www.ancap.com.au domain name.
- This website is the website of ANCAP Australasia Ltd (ANCAP).
- While ANCAP has made every effort to ensure that information contained on this website is free from material error, the information may not be accurate or up to date in all respects and we do not warrant the accuracy or completeness of any information contained on this website.
- This website may contain links to third party websites. The links to sites maintained by any third party are provided for the reference and convenience of users only and ANCAP disclaims any liability for the contents of any third party websites.
- To the full extent permitted by law, ANCAP does not accept responsibility for any loss, damage, cost or expense incurred as a result of any error, omission or misrepresentation in this site.
- Your use of this website is completely at your own risk. You are responsible for ensuring that your access and use of this website is lawful and is not prohibited by laws applicable to you.
- ANCAP does not warrant or represent that a 5 star rated vehicle will protect the driver and any passengers in all types of accidents.
- It is not appropriate to compare ANCAP ratings across vehicle categories, particularly if there is a large weight difference. The reason is that in car-to-car crashes, the heavier vehicle has a theoretical advantage (due to the physics of the crash). Similarly, a higher ride height might be an advantage in a car-to-car crash. However in single vehicle crashes, such as with solid fixed objects, the weight might no longer be an advantage. Also some small cars do remarkably well in crashes with larger vehicles as they have very strong passenger compartments and advanced occupant restraint systems and these features can make up for the mass disadvantage.