When The "Swedish Moose Test" Happens In Real Life


The "Swedish Moose Test" is the colloquialism used to describe a two-point swerve safety test and many European automotive manufacturers seriously consider the possibility of a collision with a moose when constructing safety systems in their vehicles, due to the commonality of the accident. This unfortunate car didn't react quickly enough to a unlucky moose trying to cross the highway in Sweden and the results, while grisly and deadly for the moose, thankfully left the people in the car unharmed.