Safety for the Growing Child – Experiences from Swedish Accident Data

@inproceedings{Jakobsson2005SafetyFT,
  title={Safety for the Growing Child – Experiences from Swedish Accident Data},
  author={Lotta Jakobsson and I. Isaksson-Hellman and Bj{\"o}rn Lundell},
  year={2005}
}
During the past 40 years, different child restraint systems (CRS) have been developed to improve protection for children of different sizes and ages. Development of more effective CRS, and a higher frequency in use of the restraints, in addition to enhanced vehicle safety, has resulted in an increased level of child safety. This study examines accident data with Volvo cars in Sweden to evaluate child safety with respect to age, size and impact situation (including impact severity in frontal… CONTINUE READING

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