Wearing a seat belt is very important to keep the passengers safe inside the vehicle during a sudden accident, where the shoulder strap and waist strap are placed in the right place, the waist band should be placed above the thighs and below the abdomen, as well as the shoulder strap should be placed comfortably for the shoulder and chest away from the neck and face.
When the vehicle is involved in an accident, passengers can be protected by airbags, and when it happens it is blown from the steering wheel and dashboard, and occurs with a blink of an eye to protect the passengers from collision with the glass or wheel.
Children under the age of 12 should sit in the back seats because airbags are designed to protect people, however they can be dangerous for young children and babies, by getting hurt if they sit in the front seats.
The National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) has found that speed is one of the most contributing factors to traffic accidents, causing 31% of fatal accidents.
Safety procedures in difficult environments
When driving in foggy, rainy, snowy or icy, you should drive with caution while reducing speed as much as possible, maintaining a safe distance behind the front vehicle, being careful while crossing turns, and if the driver is visually impaired, you should line up on the side of the road while turning off the lights.
Check and maintain the car every period
Periodic maintenance helps you to know which malfunctions should be repaired in the vehicle, as it is a key safety measure to protect against traffic accidents, and the problem of tire pressure is a major cause of accidents caused by the possibility of explosion.