Safety Equipment

Most road vehicles today are equipped with a number of features designed to absorb energy and decrease the force of impact during collisions. The safety equipment in todays cars and trucks are there to keep you alive, and not just drive up the cost of your vehicle like some conspiracy theorists would like to believe.(hint: these are the same people that think we never landed on the moon)

There are basically three types of safety equipment in vehicles:
• Those that increase the driver’s control
• Those that increase the vehicle’s performance
• Those that cushion the force of impact of a collision

If you’re one of those people that likes their vehicle to be the safest mama-jamma around then you need to shop for vehicles with the greatest number of safety features you can buy on cars or trucks. When shopping for safety equipment look for airbags, antilock brakes (ABS), traction control, accident avoidance systems, tire-pressure monitors and telematics (such as GPS and/or OnStar)

Safety Devices Florida
**This chart will show what you car has to protect you on the inside and on the outside when you in a collision.**
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