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Uploaded on Jan 16, 2014

This video shows a roll-over accident that was conducted for the French government by UTAC (Technical Union for the Automobile, Motorcycle and Cycle Industries) in 2012 with a shield system (aka impact shield, shield harness or impact cushion). With this crash test UTAC simulates a standard roll-over test with a speed of 47 km/h and one and a half turns of the car ( about 540 degrees). The goal of a child restraint system is to keep the child in the safest position and avoid high energy impacts with objects outside it. In this case a shield system was used instead of the 5-point-safety-harness.
Comparative tests were also done with a 5 point harness; if the child stays in place can be seen in this video http://youtu.be/rJ11pEj8qhA

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