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EDAG, Inc., developed a full vehicle finite element model (FEM) including a vehicle interior and occupant restraint systems for the driver and front-seat passenger. The resulting FEM represents a model year (MY) 2014 Honda Accord mid-size sedan. The vehicle FEM also includes test device for human occupant restraint (THOR) 50th percentile male frontal dummy models in the driver and front passenger seats. Simulation results using these dummies demonstrate the performance in left and right NHTSA oblique frontal crash tests. Occupant kinematics, belt loads, and injury criteria results are compared against the existing test results.

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Hyundai Roadside Assistance services are provided through the American Automobile Association, Inc., Heathrow, FL, and its affiliated motor clubs, which are independent contractors of Hyundai Motor America. Hyundai Motor America makes no guarantee or warranty regarding the services provided by the American Automobile Association, Inc. and its clubs, and is not liable for the actions of their employees or subcontractors. The Hyundai Roadside Assistance program does not include reimbursement for any costs/charges for repairs, parts, labor, property loss, or any other expenses incurred as a result of accident/collision, vehicle abuse, racing, vandalism, or other items not covered by the Hyundai New Vehicle Limited Warranty. Also excluded are services for snow tires, repairs to studs, mounting or demounting of snow chains, any fines, fees, or taxes associated with impound towing as a result of any actual or alleged violation of any law or regulation. Hyundai Motor America reserves the right to limit services or reimbursement to any owner or driver when, in Hyundai Motor America's judgment, the claims are excessive in nature, frequency or type of occurrence. See for full Hyundai Roadside Assistance program details.

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