The best way to make your Tracker avoid a rollover, is to slow down, and don
〉 Answered on Oct 10th, 2007 by Amy Mattinat, Owner and Author at Auto Craftsmen Ltd
This is a question to ask the NHTSA as we are not qualified to give specifics on how to make your 2004 Tracker safer in the event of a rollover.
You can email them directly here:
Safe driving habits will prevent most accidents to review some tips go here:
Rollovers are complex crash incidents and are particularly violent in nature. Rollovers, more so than other types of crashes, reflect the interaction of the driver, road, vehicle, and environmental factors. So while vehicle type does play a significant role, other factors such as driver behavior and road and environmental conditions can also cause a vehicle to roll over.
All types of vehicles can rollover. However, taller, narrower vehicles such as SUVs, pickups, and vans have higher centers of gravity, and thus are more susceptible to rollover if involved in a single-vehicle crash.
Fatal rollover crashes are speed-related more often than fatal non-rollover crashes. Some 40% of fatal rollover crashes involved excessive speeding . Additionally, nearly