What Airbags are, and how they work.

What Airbags are, and how they work.

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When an accident occurs, airbags inflate faster than you can blink your eye. Airbags are key components in automotive safety systems, and, although we cannot see them perform under normal conditions with the naked eye, they soften the impact of collisions by keeping passengers from contacting the steering wheel, dashboard, front glass, and other parts of the automobile.
So, to explain what airbags actually do when an accident occurs, let’s use an example of a typical head-on collision.

*we will use the driver side airbag as our example and explain the way an airbag works.

– How Airbags Work

After a vehicle collision has been detected, airbags inflate faster than you can blink your eye. Airbags are key components in automotive safety systems, and, although we can see them perform with the naked eye, they soften the impact of collisions by keeping passengers form contacting the steerling wheel, dashboard front glass, and other parts of the automobile.

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