The amount of weight a car's roof can handle is known as its "roof crush resistance." Since rollover accidents often leave cars flipped over – sometimes for long periods of time – having a high roof crush resistance is important to your safety.
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Injuries From Cars With Crushed Roofs
Being in a rollover accident can be scary enough. When the roof starts giving way, it can cause serious trauma. The roof of your car is supposed to protect you, not worsen your injury.
Most roof crush injuries involve the brain, head, neck, and shoulders. These may include: