Graham’s large, fat face protects his fragile nose, eyes, and ears from impact. He lacks a neck and so can’t experience whiplash and concussions. His long, hoof-life feet enable him to jump out the way of oncoming vehicles, and his knees move in all directions to prevent breaks. Even the extra nipples on his chest are meant to provide extra cushioning.
“Graham is an educational tool that will serve the community for years to come as a reminder of why we need to develop a safer road system that will protect us when things go wrong,” TAC chief executive officer Joe Calafiore said.