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Road safety warrior set to retire
ANCAP pioneer calls it a day on crash safety program board role
21 Dec 2016
- A man who played an indelible role in driving life-saving improvements to family cars in Australia has announced his retirement from the independent Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) board after more than 20 years.
- Joining ANCAP as chairman in 1994, Lauchlan McIntosh helped to shape independent crash testing of light vehicles in this country, often incurring the wrath of car manufacturers who, in the early days, dreaded seeing their shortcomings splashed across the news media.
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