Google has licensed another sticky hood that is intended to enhance person on foot security. The system is intended to have the person on foot adhere to the front end of the auto in a crash, keeping them from taking off and being harmed further. The patent notes that the most exceedingly awful wounds in person on foot impacts regularly happen when the walker is tossed from the vehicle, slamming into either objects or the street.
It appears glaringly evident that a sticky front end would rapidly get to be secured in bugs and stones, however Google has an answer. A covering would be set over the adhesive layer that would break when the person on foot made contact, uncovering the sticky layer underneath.
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