Honda announced yesterday that it will voluntarily provide government crash test ratings on the monroney labels (window stickers) of all 2006 Honda and Acura cars and light-duty trucks. Honda's the first company to take this step, which is modeled after the "Stars and Cars" initiative sponsored by Senator Mike DeWine (R-OH). The information will be provided in the familiar star rating system that rates front and side crash tests for a vehicle with 1 to 5 stars, 5 being the best score.
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