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Newton’s laws of motion, relations between the forces acting on a body and the motion of the body, first formulated by English physicist and mathematician Sir Isaac Newton.
The most important thing you can do to protect your life is to buckle your seatbelt. Safety belts save lives on their own and many of the more advanced safety features, such as forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking can help you avoid accidents.
The Ultimate Physics Tutor is the easiest way to improve your grades and contains fully worked example problems in physics.
How safe is your car
Crash protection features provide greater levels of injury protection to drivers and passengers in car crashes. Check out this site to see what they are.
Vehicle safety features have come a long way over the years. Features such as crumple zones, seat belts and airbags all provide protection if you have a crash, but the future of vehicle safety lies with active safety features - safety assist technologies which can prevent a crash from occurring.