Whiplash Injury Reduction Seat
Whiplash injury reduction seat in the event of a rear-end collisions
Rear-end collisions are one of the most common types of traffic accidents, accounting for approximately 30% of all traffic accidents. Accordingly, measures to prevent whiplash in such accidents are particularly important.
When a rear-end collision occurs, and with the whiplash injury reduction seat, the passenger's upper body moves into the seat sooner, with the head and back being supported by the head rest and seat back at the same time. This helps reduce the load on the passenger's neck by preventing the head from leaning backwards.