ADELAIDE – General Motors Corp. subsidiary Holden Ltd. teams up with Monash University Accident Research Center on a safety restraint study aimed at reducing injuries and deaths to children as a result of vehicle accidents. The project will evaluate ways of improving current child restraint technology and methods for ensuring proper installation and fit of child seats. "Once we have identified opportunities for improvement, we plan to work with child restraint manufacturers ...
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