Auto makers develop whiplash protection

08/14/2006 | Wall Street Journal, The

The insurance industry is urging the automobile industry to make efforts to protect drivers from death or injury from rear-end collisions, the Wall Street Journal's Joseph B. White writes. More auto makers are adding "active head restraints" to their cars to counter the forces generated by a rear-end crash and lower the chances of whiplash.

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