As a study shows that seats and head restraints in some trucks, minivans and SUVs don't protect drivers, how do your wheels stack up?
The head restraints in 54 larger vehicles — out of 87 tested — provided only "poor" or "marginal" protection from neck injuries in simulated rear-impact crashes conducted by the insurance industry. Just 12 were rated acceptable or "good."
Neck injuries lead to 2 million insurance claims a year, costing at least $8.5 billion.
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