*Just don't bump the key FOB with your knees.
Crashing a car, any car, is not recommended, obviously. No matter how safe an automaker can build a car, there's no such thing as an absolute guarantee that its occupants will always walk away unharmed. But still, safety technology has become quite advanced, and now one of America's most beloved sports cars has recently received a top rating. The 2015 Chevrolet Camaro earned a five-star rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
It tallied the best scores in the front, side and rollover crash tests. In fact, the 2014 Camaro achieved the same score in all of those categories. Even as GM continues to issue recalls (including for the Camaro), this announcement is certainly welcomed. However, there are still some reports claiming that GM was aware of the current Camaro's recall problem for some time before the recall was issued. The problem is with the key FOB where a driver's knee can bump it and inadvertently move it out of the 'run' position. So aside from that potentially deadly problem, the Camaro is supposedly safe and sound.