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This Book Will Save Your Life: How the dead and engineers saved lives

By Basil Turturro

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The title of this book is a bit daring - This Book Will Save Your Life. So, you're probably expecting me to throw around some pathetic words in this book such as - if you don't wear a seat belt, you're not worthy to be called a driver. No. That rubbish doesn't work. It has never worked. Let's remember what a social ad looks like about car safety "Live longer – buckle up" … "Afterwards is too late" … "Never give up till they buckle up".

In the U.S., the fines range from $10 to $250 depending on the State, and there are some other sayings from the campaigns like “I pledge to make every arrival a safe arrival”. This book won't do any of that, I'll just tell you without pathos, moral lectures, or complicated choices. Plus, I'll make it interesting. And at the end, it's up to you, you are all free people to choose. All I ask of you is to read this book and you will find out:

  1. How and under which circumstances did the first fatalities on public roads occur.
  2. Why the first road kill statistics were justified.
  3. Why cars that could undertake several flips on their roof without damage – but, could not save the people who were inside.
  4. Why the church opposed scientists' research on car safety and how scientists naturally tried to kill themselves and how dead people saved living people.
  5. How one man was able to turn the course of automotive history when all the leading car companies had already lost faith in the idea of a safe car.
  6. What is the sacred meaning of the numbers 3,043,625 for every motorist and why is the first brand that comes to mind when the word safety comes to mind is ‘Volvo’?
  7. Why Chevrolet was organizing surveillance and wiretapping one man who had never been behind the wheel but had enormous influence in the automotive world.
  8. Why the era of chic and gorgeous American cars of the '50s and '60s will never be the same again.


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Book Length: 60-150 Pages