Cars have become safer for drivers, but pedestrians have paid the price. Volvo wants to change that

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According to a detailed database of tens of thousands of car crashes that Volvo has been keeping since the 1970s, who gets hurt in car crashes is changing—and it’s forcing the company to rethink what car safety means. Cars crash, and people get hurt. This is the reality of a world built around 2-ton vehicles that can travel at high speeds. But according to a detailed database of tens of thousands of car crashes in Sweden that the Volvo has been keeping since the 1970s, who gets hurt in these crashes is changing—and it’s forcing the automaker to rethink what car safety means. Read Full Story

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