Automotive Safety Handbook
Examining state of the art in-passenger car vehicle safety, this book gives a thorough discussion of how the occupant, the vehicle and the restraint system work together in frontal, lateral and rear impacts and rollover.
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Driving Forces for Increased Vehicle Safety
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