Crash tests (most)

By February 2003, W. R. “Rusty” Haight (USA) had endured 718 collisions in cars as a “human crash test dummy”, due to his work as a traffic-collision reconstructionist.

In each collision Rusty and the vehicle are fitted with an array of sensors to gather data on the crash. He runs a course to teach law enforcement accident investigators and engineers about understanding crashes, and participates in private or publically funded studies to improve crash safety in vehicles.