Crash test at 7 km/h – Video: MisterTrafficQ/TikTok
Car accidents always cause psychological trauma, whether they are fast or slow. TikToker MrTraffiQ shows this with a video simulating a car crash at a speed of 7 km/h. In contrast to the participants’ initial confidence, this realization was quite “scary”.
The simulation is conducted indoors, in a controlled environment, in which participants are expected to “bump.”
They sat on chairs that resembled car cabins, fully restrained by seat belts. But we all are still surprised to see their reaction.
Even though it was just a “virtual” bump at a speed of 7 km/h, which one user rated as “like jogging”, they all wanted to jump out of their seats immediately.
Such simulations are often installed in driving schools so that drivers or people obtaining licenses know what the consequences of a collision will be.
Below the video, many are curious to know what the reaction will be in high speed collisions.
Meanwhile, some people question whether this simulation is actually close to reality, as cars are designed to absorb part of the force, so a 7 km/h collision may not cause the same level of sensation Is. Simulation Post.
However, any collision will have consequences, even if not “heart-breaking” enough, some scratches that are expensive to repair are inevitable.