So, if a cowcatcher works on a train, how about a spring powered one for a car? Enter "The Automatic Device for the Protection of Pedestrian and the Vehicle Itself" patented by Heinrich Karl of New Jersey In 1932. Consisting of a series of spring-loaded levers, grates and an auto-deploying blanket to keep the pedestrian from soiling their clothes upon contact with the ground, Karl's invention was never put to an actual test. Now Matt and Jeremy will rebuild his invention, and with the help of Einstein, test to see if there really is a safe way to get hit by a car.
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