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Sports utility vehicles (SUVs) have been criticized for a variety of environmental and safety-related reasons as they became more popular. Many of the safety concerns have been addressed by the adoption of electronic stability control (ESC), rollover mitigation, and other design actions.
Generally, drivers of SUVs are safer than those in small and mid-size cars. In an IIHS[clarification needed] survey of death rates by vehicle style, smaller cars fared worse than bigger ones. Four-door minicars have a death rate of 82[clarification needed], compared with 46 for very large four-doors.” This survey reflects the effects of both vehicle design and driving behaviour. Drivers of SUVs, minivans, and large cars may drive differently from the drivers of small or mid-size cars, and this may affect the survey result.
A high center of gravity makes a vehicle more prone to rollover accidents than lower vehicles, especially if the vehicle leaves the road, or if the driver makes a sharp turn during an emergency maneuver. Figures from the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that most passenger cars have about a 10% chance of rollover if involved in a single-vehicle crash, while SUVs have between 14% and 23% (varying from a low of 14% for the all-wheel-drive (AWD) Ford Edge to a high of 23% for the front-wheel-drive (FWD) Ford Escape). Many modern SUVs are equipped with electronic stability control (ESC) to prevent rollovers on flat surfaces, but 95% of rollovers are “tripped”, meaning that the vehicle strikes something low, such as a curb or shallow ditch, causing it to tip over.