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Consumer Reports Ranks the Best and Worst SUVs for Visibility

One of the challenges for drivers switching from a traditional sedan to an SUV is how their new vehicle affects visibility. This is one of the main reasons for accidents on the roads, particularly when it comes to side swipes and accidents where oncoming traffic lurks in a driver’s blind spots.

Each year Consumer Reports reviews cars on a number of different factors. In regard to SUVs, CR has found that in addition to differences in height, how they are designed, style and appearance can also contribute to a driver’s interrupted visibility.

Here are the best and worst SUVs for visibility on a number of criteria as tested by CR:

From Consumer Reports 6/9/2019

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About the Author: Aisha K. Staggers is a writer, lecturer, political analyst and literary agent. She appears weekly for “Staggers’ State of Things” on the Dr. Vibe Show. Her work has been published by Paper Magazine, AfroPunk, The Spool, GREY Journal, MTV News, HuffPost, Blavity, Atlanta Blackstar, For Harriet, New York Review of Books and a host of other first-run publications and syndicated outlets. Find her on Twitter @AishaStaggers. For more of her work, check out her page here!

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