What are car seats?

Some articles on car seats, cars, seats, seat, car seat:

Whiplash (medicine) - Prevention
... The focus of preventive measures to date has been on the design of car seats, primarily through the introduction of head restraints, often called headrests ... appears to have been low, approximately 5–10%, because car seats have become stiffer in order to increase crash-worthiness of cars in high-speed rear-end collisions which in turn could increase the risk of ... Improvements in the geometry of car seats through better design and energy absorption could offer additional benefits ...
Child Safety Seat
... Child safety seats (sometimes referred to as an infant safety seat, a child restraint system, a restraint car seat, or ambiguously as car seats) are seats designed specifically to protect children from ... Automobile manufacturers may integrate child safety seats directly into their vehicle's design ... Most commonly, these seats are purchased and installed by consumers ...
Kennywood - Attractions - Flat Rides
... Electric cars run quickly through a trough-like wooden track that twists and turns ... hills placed in the track, but these were soon removed due to rear-end collisions caused when cars couldn't get up and over them on rainy days ... Schwarzkopf Bayern Kurve Riders sit in one of the sixteen cars that travel at a high-speed around a circular single-hilled track ...

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