Volvo's three-point safety belt turns 50 – with narration (5:51)

Aug 12, 2009 ID: 20501
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On Thursday August 13, 1959, the world's first car with standard-fit three-point safety belts - a Volvo PV544 - was delivered to the Volvo dealer in the Swedish town of Kristianstad. Over the next 50 years, the V-shaped three-point safety belt saved well over one million lives.
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