At least one generation of drivers has the procedure ingrained in their psyche: Climb behind the wheel and reach with your right hand over your left shoulder for the seatbelt, pulling it to a buckle near your right hip. How would drivers in the future react if seatbelts were anchored over their right shoulder and required buckling alongside their left hip? Autoliv’s 3+2-Point concept (above) prevents occupant from lurching sideways (below). In recent years, Ford Motor Co. has ...
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