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Advice
Always Use A Child Seat
Always Wear A Seat Belt
Adjust Your Head Restraint
Check Your Tyre Condition
Never Drink And Drive
Never Drive Under The Influence Of Drugs
Never Use A Hand Held Mobile Phone While Driving
Watch Your Speed
 
 
 
Adjust Your Head Restraint
 
   
Whiplash injuries are the most common type of injury to car occupants.
Whiplash injuries can be very painful and sometimes result in symptoms lasting years after a crash.
Even mild symptoms, headaches, muscle stiffness and dizziness, can last for months.
To help prevent whiplash injuries you should always adjust your head restraint when you get into the car.
To be effective, a head restraint must be as close to the back of your head as possible and the top of the restraint should be level with the top of the head or at least no lower than eye level.
Different makes and models of car offer varying levels of head restraint protection.
 

 

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