To praise more than one million lives spared by Volvo wellbeing developments, Volvo Car USA has reported Volvo Safety Sunday, a promise to part with $1 million in vehicles if a security happens during football’s greatest night on February 2, 2020.
For an opportunity to win, hopefuls should initially visit VolvoSafetySunday.com where they’ll be provoked to structure their very own Volvo vehicle and present a special setup code as a passage between January 20, 2020 and just before the opening shot on February 2, 2020. They can pick one of any 2020 Volvo models right now accessible in the U.S., in any trim and shading.
From that point onward, watch for wellbeing on game day, and should one happen, Volvo will grant $1 million in autos to arbitrarily chosen contestants. Full standards, terms, and conditions can be found at volvosafetysunday.com.
A security is a generally uncommon and flighty scoring play in football that happens when a hostile group is handled, loses or bungles the ball, or submits a punishment in their very own end zone. The aftereffect of the play is two focuses to the protective group, who gets ownership of the ball by means of a free-kick.
Volvo accepts wellbeing is a definitive distinct advantage and you ought to be shielded from uncommon or unforeseen occasions. This methodology has roused various developments and world-first innovations, including the three-point seat strap in 1959. For the sake of wellbeing, Volvo opened the belt’s patent to all automakers – and the belt remains the absolute generally significant and persuasive security innovation in the present vehicles. Different developments include:
1972: First rearward-facing child safety seat concept
1991: Side-Impact Protection System (SIPS)
1998: Whiplash Protection System (WHIPS)
1998: Inflatable Curtain airbags
2002: Roll-Over Protection System (ROPS)
2003: Blind Spot Information System (BLIS)
2008: City Safety collision sensing system
2010: Pedestrian Detection with Full Auto Brake
2013: Cyclist Detection
2014: Run-off Road Protection
2016: Connected Safety (Slippery Road Alert, Hazard Light Alert)
2019: E.V.A (Equal Vehicles for All) Initiative and data sharing