Lots of folks pay little attention to the head rests in their vehicles. They are in there for a purpose and should be used properly. Positioning your head rest – or head restraint – appropriately can help protect your neck from injury during a rear collision. In fact, you should always adjust the head restraint to fit you properly, just like wearing your seat belt. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recommends adjusting the head restraint, or seat, so that:
For more information, go to www.IIHS.org.
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