1969-02-01

Projected Evolution of Restraint Systems 690250

A voluntary increase in usage of restraint systems can be achieved by educating the driving public to their advantages and by improving them by the addition of self-storing inertia reels, easier identification of mating parts, automatic adjustment, improved anchor location, and more convenient methods of buckling. Finally, mandatory use of present upper torso and lap belt restraint systems through legislation would show a step decrease in injuries and fatalities. A foolproof interlock between the restraint system and the ignition system is an alternative to legislation.

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