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First female crash test dummy to improve road safety for women

By France24
10 December 2023   |   1:41 pm
Female crash test dummy SET50F, and her male counterpart SET50M, were presented to Swedish journalists for the first time. The dummies were previously presented at an international road safety conference and attracted a great deal of interest and attention.

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