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AIRBAGS DOES
NOT SUBSTITUTE SEATBELTS

Airbags are not subtitute for the use of seatbelts, they work best when everyone is buckled and children are properly restrained in the back seat.

ABS IMPROVES STEERING IN AN EMERGENCY

ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) is a braking system and also improves the steering in an emergency as the rolling wheels allow the car to be steered away from an obstacle and trouble.

SAFETY BELTS PREVENT DEATH IN 50% OF CASES

Safety belts can prevent death in about half of the accidents.

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