America’s biggest transportation system gets Failing Grade for school bus safety. Todd Tracy, a crashworthiness lawyer and auto safety expert, releases report “School Bus Safety In America” calling for seat belts in school buses.
Parents have to buckle up their children in 3 point seat belts to drive them to school. But School Buses don’t. How much sense does that make?
For the vehicle to be crashworthy, various restraint systems must perform properly and prevent ejection and injurious contacts within the vehicle. One of the restraint systems known as seat must function properly during vehicle accidents to prevent ejection of the occupants from the vehicle.
The 2002 Toyota Sequoia SUV incur a rollover crash that was traveling south on U.S. 550 in northern New Mexico. Nothing on the road is more dangerous than losing control of your vehicle. At the moment of your accident, you can only hope that your vehicle is able to withstand the impact and protect you. […]
Small SUV are very hot rides on the roads and are popular among the young buyers. Small overlap crash test are conducted to determine the effects of these SUVs hitting a pole or other fixed objects at 40 miles/hr. About a quarter of serious and fatal injuries are caused by vehicle crashes like these that […]