Choosing a car with better bumpers
We have tested the topselling light class vehicles to see how much they cost to repair. Click here to view the results.
Car theft in Australia is a serious problem. Our car security scores are your guide to choosing a more secure vehicle.
Our Reversing Visibility Index measures how well a driver can see out of the back of a car. With testing, we found all cars have a "blind area" that could hide a child.
A reversing camera can improve visibility for all vehicles, from 4WDs to small sedans.
Electronic Stability Control (ESC) is designed to prevent you losing control of your vehicle in unexpected conditions. With ESC, automatic braking is applied to individual wheels to help stabilise the vehicle. This is particularly important in slippery conditions or when swerving to avoid a collision. Electronic Stability Control became mandatory on new passenger cars and SUVs in November, 2011. However, ESC isn't mandatory on commercial vehicles.
Car emissions are one of the largest contributors to climate change. This is why we are rewarding those of you with fuel efficient cars with a saving on your insurance.
If you have one of the fuel efficient cars recognised by SGIO Insurance you can save up to 10% off your Comprehensive Car Insurance and Comprehensive Plus Insurance
This is an Australian first and our way of rewarding you for driving green.
Is your car on the fuel efficient list? Find out now
The top of the head restraint must be at least as high as your eyes and as close as is comfortable to the back of your head.
As a driver or passenger, you should always check your head restraint when getting into a car. Just like the same way you'd adjust the mirror and seat. This is particularly important if you share a car or you're in a car you don't often use.
Safety features such as head restraints, seatbelts and airbags help protect you from injury. Yet for the best protection, you need to make the necessary adjustments and ensure both you and your passengers are seated in a safe position.
Here's a quick safety check you can do: