Chevy Tahoe (2007) - JRS Test

Here is a Jordan Rollover System (JRS) test on a 2007 Chevy Tahoe to measure the roof strength. This Video Contains both roll 1 and roll 2 of the same vehicle to simulate the actual event of a rollover (rollover accidents usually involve more than one roll). As you will see the A and B pillar both undergo significant roof crush.

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Chevrolet Tahoe | 2013 | Frontal Crash Test | NHTSA High Speed Camera | CrashNet1
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