Video: We've all had the occasional shopping cart fender bender while coming around a blind corner at the end of an aisle. But here's what would happen if you were trying to speed through a grocery store at 117.8 km/h, got distracted and then slammed your cart head-on into a concrete wall. This unusual crash test was conducted by Switzerland' Dynamic Test Center who are known for their unorthodox simulations. Ever wondered what would happen if a fully loaded tractor plowed through stopped traffic? They have tested that. Or just how much damage is caused when two skiiers collide? They have tested that too.
What Happens When A Shopping Cart Hits A Wall At 117.8km/h
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