Car crashes are the #1 killer of people in every age group from 5 to 24. The Rollover Simulator demonstrates the importance of seat belts by using crash dummies, one with and one without a seat belt, in a crash. You may reserve the Rollover for free for your event.

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How to reserve

Complete the Rollover Reservation Request Form.

Who can reserve

Anyone can place a reservation for the Rollover for events in Georgia. 

Who else has used it?

  • Pre-prom programs
  • School events
  • Community safety fairs
  • Ghost Outs
  • Press conferences
  • Corporate safety trainings

When to request

Request 45-365 days in advance of an event that has a set date. However, you may submit requests with less notice and we'll do our best to accommodate you. 

Spring (March- April) and Fall (September- October) are the most requested times and may need to be booked as far as one year in advance.

Planning your event

  • Saturdays, and Tuesday through Thursday, between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., are the best days for an event
  • Holidays, Sundays, and the first or last day of the week generally have lower participation
  • A 45 feet long space is needed, with a 40 foot diameter (about 2 rows of 5 parking spaces)
  • Each presentation lasts about 20 - 30 minutes
  • The Rollover is 23 feet long, 8 feet wide, and 9 feet high
  • The Rollover is powered by a gasoline engine and hydraulics, no electricity required
  • Typically a large flat field or parking lot is best due to the noise it creates and the ventilation it requires. However, it can be operated in a large, well ventilated indoor space.
  • The rollover cannot be operated in the rain, inclement weather, or extreme temperatures
  • If you are considering the Rollover as a key component for your event, we encourage you to reserve a date as early as possible, as well as reserve a backup date in case of inclement weather. 

In the News

The Rollover was used as a model for the U.S. Army's Humvee rollover to keep our soldiers safer

Rollover simulator demonstration promotes ‘Buckling Up’

Video: Georgia's Roll-Over Simulator: No Seat Belt, No Luck...