2000 Honda Prelude — Owner's Manual
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These include a strong steel framework that forms a safety cage around the passenger compartment; front and rear crush zones that are designed to crumple and absorb energy during a crash; and a collapsible steering column. Help keep you from being thrown equipped with seat belts in all seating against the inside of the vehicle positions. But in most cases, seat belts Not wearing a seat belt properly car's built-in safety features.
The airbags supplement not wearing seat belts, are not the seat belts by providing extra wearing them properly, are sitting protection for the head and chest too close to the airbag, or are not of each front seat occupant in a sitting in a proper position. Airbags are upright and as far back as possible airbags to help protect the driver and designed to deploy only during a from the steering wheel or a front seat passenger. For maximum protection, the back of example, sitting too close to the your head should rest against the steering wheel or dashboard center of the head restraint.