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  • The Dangers Of Airbags

    Airbags alone cannot save someone’s life. Yes they can be very beneficial, but for airbags to work properly the occupant needs to be wearing their seat belt for their body to be in the right place for the airbag to do any good. If it is not a direct collision the airbags might not go off. At least that happened for me anyways: I rolled my car on its side so the airbags never deployed. Think about it: if a person is driving at a speed of fifty-five miles per hour and suddenly lose control of the vehicle or needs to swerve to avoid a deer on the road, their body is still going fifty-five miles per hour. Without the seatbelt holding their body in the seat they could fly forward and get ejected from the car. People who are not wearing their seat belt are thirty times more likely to be ejected from the vehicle during a car accident. There have been cases of people smashing through the front windshield, their body getting scraped…

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  • The Takata Corporation Recall Case Study

    The Takata Corporation Recall is the largest in human history. The problem (more often than not) originates in the steering wheel, more specifically the airbag. An airbag is like a really cool balloon, instead of someone blowing it up, or inflating it with a helium tank; an explosion takes care of that. The idea is that the explosion fills the balloon with nitrogen and a wave of concussion, but only for the moment of a crash then the airbag generally deflates. For the most part, airbags are a…

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  • Importance And Importance Of Seat Belt

    decreasing the force of secondary impacts with the internal strike hazards by making sure that the passengers are seated correctly for the highest effectiveness of the airbag (if equipped) and by preventing passengers being driven out from the vehicle in a crash or if the vehicle rolls over. By taking into account a situation whereby one is driving, both the speed of the driver and passengers is the same as the one that the car is travelling at. If it happens that the car suddenly stops or…

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  • The Dangers Of Traffic Safety

    casualties, there were still 390 total fatalities alone in Iowa in 2010 (NHTSA). Furthermore, airbags are one of the most essential elements in auto safety because they help protect the occupants in the event of a crash. Despite the fact that airbags rarely do not deploy from a malfunction of the crash sensor, “the advances in airbag technology have proven that the effort has been well worth it” (Wilson). Ever since the airbag was created, there has been a substantial decline in fatalities…

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  • Sports Car The Vietnam Case Study Of Maserati Ghibli Vietnam

    has been built by keeping protection of the occupant on the top priority. In the queue of safety features, an aluminum alloy frame has been added that helps to maintain the proportion between the weight and strength of the sedan. This high strength steel frame also acts as a shock absorber in case of accidents and protects the occupants by stiffening the body from outside. The braking power is very much efficient and uses monobloc calipers with 6 pistons in the front brakes and 4 pistons at the…

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  • What Is The Power Of Seat Belts?

    ensuring a safe transportation environment for the people. Politically, it is part of the government. The NHTSA has been reluctant in deciding whether or not to include seat belts in the public transportation system, especially when it comes to school buses. The NHTSA believes these vehicles are safer without seat belts. School buses are at the core of this debate because they pose as a double-sided figure for both the NHTSA and the rest of the stakeholders. For this reason, the NHTSA has…

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  • Road Persuasive Speech

    passengers can’t control everything that happens on the road, they are in control of their chance of living if they do get in a crash. The cause of these problems are honestly so funny, it hurts. So many people have too many excuses on why they shouldn 't or don 't want to wear a seatbelt. First excuse people use is that it’s uncomfortable. Well I would bet that it 's more comfortable than a hospital bed for months and definitely more comfortable that a coffin. And nowadays seat belts have…

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  • Effects Of Air Bag Restrain

    Every 2001 Lumina under warranty is backed with the following services: 1-800-CHEV-USA ® ( For vehicles purchased in Canada, call 1-800-268-6800) that provides in an emergency: Courtesy Transportation Free lockout assistance Free dead-battery assistance Free out-of-fuel assistance Free flat-tire change Emergency towing 2001 Chevrolet Lumina Owner's Manual Litho in U.S.A. Part Number 10300810 A First Edition © Copyright General Motors Corporation 2000 All Rights Reserved i…

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  • Persuasive Essay On A Car Accident

    Imagine being in your car driving across the street and BOOM! In the blink of an eye you’ve suddenly been hit by another car. You lose consciousness for a couple seconds and wake up to deployed airbags, smoke coming from the hood of your car, and a cracked windshield. Sounds terrible right? Growing up I always heard about car accidents on the news, the radio, and through family members and I would say that I’d never be in one. Well let’s just say anything can happen and it can happen within…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Airbags

    million people die in car crashes, with an average of 3,287 deaths per day. Amongst the estimated 3,287 deaths, 1000 of them are under 25 years old. Additionally, 20 to 50 million people involved in collisions are injured or disabled. Consequently, multiple vehicle safety devices and systems such as airbags, seat belts and head…

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