March 25, 2019
Have you ever bumped your head on something? Just a gentle tap can cause a goose egg or worse. Head trauma is one of the most common types of injury in a vehicle crash, mainly due to drivers and passengers who don’t wear seat belts. According to traumaticbraininjury.com, more than half of all reported traumatic brain injuries are a result of a vehicle crash.
So, if you are in a crash, what’s holding you back? Your best defense is a seat belt. Airbags are a great secondary protection, but your seat belt is the safety feature that holds you more securely in your seat in the event of a crash. That allows the airbag to do its work to provide a cushion between you and the hard surfaces that surround you in a vehicle.