offered this safety feature. A b c "Buckling Up: Technologies to Increase Seat Belt Use" (PDF). However, the first car model to feature the three-point seat belt as a standard item was the 1959 Volvo 122, first outfitted with a two-point belt at initial delivery in 1958, replaced with the three-point seat belt the following year. Il bagagliaio possiede un volume di 400 litri. A b c d e f Cairney, Richard. The ncap is a government program that evaluates vehicle safety designs and sets standards for foreign and domestic automobile companies. Pmid 3763306.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list ( link ) Albers AC (2001).
"Air Bags, Automatic Seat Belts". 68 In 2005, in Sweden, 70 of all cars that were newly registered were equipped with seat belt reminders for the driver. A b c d Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Occupant Crash Protection. 42 A study released in 1978 by the United States Department of Transportation claimed that cars with automatic seat belts had a fatality rate.78 per 100 million miles, compared with.34 for cars with regular, manual belts. This legislation was enacted after trialing Hemco seatbelts, designed by Desmond Hemphill (19262001 in the front seats of police vehicles, lowering the incidence of officer injury and death. Out of the 2 described as wearing a three-point safety belt, no fatalities were reported. Erano anche disponibili il frigo bar, le regolazioni elettriche per le poltrone posteriori e un centro multimediale LWD Mobile Car System, progettato per adattarsi a computer, fax e videogames per ambiti professionali o creativi. For the band, see. "Automatic seat belts ordered". 15 Besides regulatory changes, "seat belt syndrome" has led to tremendous liability for vehicle manufacturers. 81 In another study that examined injuries presenting to the ER pre- and post-seat belt law introduction, it was found that 40 more escaped injury and 35 more escaped mild and moderate injuries.