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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Meta Car Saftey Seatbelts: Seat belts are designed to keep you inside the vehicle.They reduce the risk that you will collide with the steering wheel, dashboard, or windshield.Adjustable seat belts letyou change the length of the seat belt, this might encourage people to wear seat belts. Air Bags: Front air bags inflate to prevent occupants from hitting the dashboard, steering wheel, and windshield.Side air bags reduce the risk that occupants will hit the door or objects that crash through. Head Protection: Head injury protection consists of foam or other energy absorbing material under the trim of the vehicle interior and is likely to be invisible to vehicle occupants.While all head air bags are designed to deploy in side impacts, some are also designed to deploy during rollovers. Head Restraints: Head restraints are extensions of the vehicles seats that limit head movement during a rear-impact crash, thus, reducing the probability of neck injury. In general, dynamic head restraints provide the best protection. Auto Lock Break System: An antilock brake system (ABS) prevents a vehicles wheels from locking during panic braking, which allows the driver to maintain greater steering control. All passenger cars equipped with ABS have four-wheel ABS. Learning to use the ABS correctly will provide you with the greatest benefit from the system. Traction Control: Traction control systems help when with the cars stability by controlling the amount the drive wheels can slip when you apply excess power. Traction control is mainly found in vehicles with four-wheel antilock brake systems. All Wheel Drive: All wheel drive is were both the front and the back wheels are in control so it gives the care more traction and control when turning. Electronic Stability Control: Electronic stability control is to assist drivers in maintaining control of their vehicles during extreme steering maneuvers. Weight: Scientists have proven that cars that weigh more do better in car accidents then Light weight vehicles.
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