CCCBs are a very useful tool for keeping the roads safe, but the safety of the cars themselves is still an open question.
When it comes to their use, the CNCB’s Safety Report 2016 lists the following safety issues with the CCLBs: The steering wheel and pedals are too far forward.
The seat belts are too high.
The air bags are too small.
The pedals and steering wheels are too close together.
The CCC is not designed to be used on open highways.
The steering wheels and pedals can be difficult to adjust, and some drivers can’t get the car to roll smoothly.
The cars’ steering wheels may be too small for a pedestrian to fit in.
And, of course, the vehicles’ suspension can be prone to rolling off a cliff.
There’s no doubt that CCCs have had their share of crashes.
But as we saw in a recent article about a CCC, the cars’ suspension has actually had a lot of improvement over the last few years.
And in this case, the improvements are a lot more significant.
To find out more about the safety improvements that have been made to the CCTBs, we spoke with CCC chair Peter Lohmann and the CEO of the Safety Research Council, Peter Grosz.
Here’s what he told Ars.