Airbags are designed to reduce the forces that a body experiences during an accident, making them an essential part of any car's safety system. Most vehicles have front airbags as standard equipment and some come with side and rear airbags for added protection in case of a side-impact collision or rollover accident.
Airbags are designed to deploy in the event of a crash, cushioning the occupants from the impact and reducing their risk of serious injury. They work by using sensors to detect when an accident has occurred and then inflating a bag with nitrogen gas to absorb some of the force of the impact. Airbags are designed to be used in conjunction with seatbelts, which help keep passengers in place during a crash.