An airbag is not a soft fluffy pillow. To do its job, an airbag will deploy at up to 200 miles per hour! Drivers and passengers must be properly seated with their belts fastened to avoid injuries should an accident quickly occur.

Be sure your children are in the proper child safety seat approved for their age. Children should not ride in the front seat, even “just for fun.”

Remember that seat belts should be worn at all times, never placing the should strap under the arm. Remember, airbags are supplemental protection devices. Adults should be seated as far back as practical in the front seat. Drivers should avoid sitting close and crowding the steering wheel.

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