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SRS Airbags | Supplemental Restraint System Airbags

SRS Airbags

 
SRS Airbags (or Supplemental Restraint System Airbags) are used to offer an individual protection beyond the seatbelt in the event of a collision. Read ahead to learn more about them and how they work.

 
In the event of a crash, the supplemental restraint system will tell the airbag to go off and open. Airbags will help to prevent the driver and/or passenger from going through the windshield.

 
The airbag itself gets tested every time you turn on your car. A light should go on and then switch back off if the airbag is working properly. If not, the light will remain on. While you can still drive your vehicle if the light remains on, your airbag won’t work and you run the risk of getting seriously injured in the event of an accident. Ensure that you go get it fixed as soon as possible.

 
Even though SRS airbags are more expensive than regular airbags, nothing is more important than the safety of yourself and others when you’re driving. Therefore, it’s worth investing in a better quality airbag and if makes everyone around you safe and alive.