Could Female Crash Test Dummies Improve Car Safety For All?￼
9 days ago - By Essence
By Rayna Reid · Updated May 13, 2022 Driving is one of the most dangerous activities in our society, even more so than flying in an airplane or riding on a train. According to the National Conference of State Legislatures , “otor vehicle-related injuries are a leading cause of death for people aged 1-54 in the United States. Worldwide, road traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 15 and 29.” Notably, an analysis of the numbers reveals that these deaths are not equally distributed between the sexes , and “hile men are more likely to cause crashes, women...
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