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Uploaded on Dec 1, 2009
Many people were sceptical that driving 5 km/h slower could make a difference to speed on impact.
With the help of crash expert Dr Ian Johnston, and an airfield, it is shown conclusively that a 5km/h difference when braking makes a 27km/h difference on impact. Launched: 2002. Victorian Road Toll that year: 397. http://www.tac.vic.gov.au ====================== "Copyright in the material on this website is owned by the TAC and may only be used for non-commercial personal or educational purposes. You may not modify, transmit or revise the contents of this website without the prior written permission of the TAC."
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