Two crashed vehicles will be on display at the busy Sutton Forest rest-stop on the Hume Hwy from Friday.
ANCAP, Police, NSW Government and the NRMA are putting safe and un-safe cars on display as part of a national initiative to promote safer vehicle choices.
One of the crashed vehicles is an example of one you would survive and the other is one in which you would die.
They are located in the busy rest-stop near the Sutton Forest McDonalds and Shell Service Centre for those travelling through to view and interact with.
NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy and ANCAP chief executive James Goodwin will be on-site this morning to remind motorists of the importance of vehicle and road safety during the busy school holiday period.