A crash laboratory run by the Medical College of Wisconsin is trying to accomplish two goals by crashing cars. The first goal is to develop technology that would keep people safer in crashes. The second is to help physicians better respond to crash injuries.
The lab has been crashing cars for the last 20 years. As a result, crash test ratings have been rising. When the testing started, most cars received only 1 or 2 stars. Today, however, these ratings can be difficult to find, and many cars have 5 star ratings.
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