As we make progress on turning the rolled-over Explorer we drug home into a pile of parts, we couldn’t help but wonder just what the rollover crash test footage looked like. Ford’s midsize SUV became a social pariah due to crashes involving under-inflated tires and under-performing drivers, and there has been some question about whether or not the A-pillars were too thin for the weight of the truck. We went looking for the footage…but what we found instead was even more horrifying. The vehicle in question is the Explorer’s big brother, the Ford Expedition, and it’s filled to the brim of crash test dummies that aren’t buckled in. This test was done to prove how seat belts save lives. That’s not to say that in a rollover this dramatic, that there wouldn’t be injuries, but we highly doubt that anybody wearing a seatbelt would see the kind of airtime that these dummies do. Two of the dummies are launched into low orbit, while the other two get steamrolled by the tumbling Ford. If this didn’t make you want to buckle up, nothing would. Yikes.