• Volvo Takes An Extra Leap Quite Literally To Improve Rescue Services Training

    6 days ago - By Auto Savvy

    Swedish carmaker Volvo has long been associated with progressions in vehicle safety. It was the first to introduce the open patent for three-point seatbelts in 1959, and since then, it has continued to lead the path to improvement in road safety. Volvo recently participated in one such event. In an attempt to improve training for rescue services, it dropped Volvo cars from a height of 30 metres. Here's why. Rescue services train for high-speed accidents and treat passengers, usually those in critical conditions. Normally, the training is carried out with decade-old cars from a scrapyard...
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