New seat targets whiplash injuries

Moran, Tim
June 1999
Automotive News;6/21/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5825, p24K
Trade Publication
Focuses on Faurencia Automotive Seating's Spinal Continuous Advanced Restraint Equipment (CARE) car seat system designed to help prevent neck injuries among car drivers involved in rearend collisions. Seat's features; Background on how driver neck injuries happen.


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