Q: How many air bags does my vehicle have?

asked by on January 11, 2016

How many air bags does my vehicle have?

air bags are very important safety features that can limit injuries during an accident, and potentially save your life. Your car has six air bags: two front air bags, in front of the driver and front passenger seat; two side air bags, at the side of both front seats; and two curtain shield air bags, along the sides of the vehicle, to protect the heads of the rear occupants.

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