Have you ever wondered what happens if there is an accident and someone needs to be rescued from a car? We automatically assume that the firefighters know exactly what to do.
I feel a little guilty as I have just skipped a week on the blog, because I was away on holiday. We went to Italy to enjoy some spring skiing. This meant a return trip of almost 2000km experiencing driving conditions in 5 different countries*.
I used to be responsible for crash testing here in TME. That was a fascinating but very sobering experience, and consequently we have very clear rules on the use of seat belts and booster seats in our family. (Rose & I have two children, Katie  and Tim ). We used to have a Prius, and the fact that it offered 104g of CO2, as well as 5-star Euro NCAP-rated crash protection was pretty appealing.