To celebrate more than one million lives saved by Volvo safety innovations, Volvo Car USA has announced Volvo Safety Sunday, a pledge to give away $1 million in cars if a safety occurs during football’s biggest night on February 2, 2020.
Volvo Cars maintained a strong sales momentum in November, with global volumes up 11.6 per cent, compared with the same period last year. The company sold a total of 62,550 cars during the month as it continued to grow faster than the industry in all three regions of US, China and Europe.
The 2020 Volvo V90 wagon holds its value better than any other car in its class, according to ALG, an industry authority on automotive residual value projections, making this the second year in a row the V90 has won the ALG Residual Value Award in the Premium Full Size Segment.
Four out of five adults say they don’t always use a seat belt when taking short trips or when in the backseat of a taxi or rideshare vehicle – that’s according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Together, Volvo Car USA, Uber, and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), want to change that by declaring November 14 National Seat Belt Day.
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