Many teens drive used cars. Unfortunately, due to the high cost of air bags and the lower priced cars that fit a new driver's budget, poorly repaired or missing air bags or other Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) are a high risk.

Air Bags Increase Survivability Rates 11% for the Driver and 14% for the Passenger

We, and any other ethical company that deals with the aftermath of automobile accidents, believe strongly in prevention first. 

The cost of a safety inspection by a licensed Airbag Service technician is minimal. The cost of your teen's air bags, seat belt or SRS needlessly failing during an accident is tragic. 

 What Parents Can Do 

  • Get your family's used cars inspected by a certified air bag technician 
  • Check tire pressure and tire tread once a month 
  • Before your teen rides with others, ask if their safety system has been inspected 
  • Remind your teen to always buckle-up T
  • Talk about driving risks with your child Data 
Sources: NHTSA, IIHS 

How Can You Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones?
  • Get the Car Inspected by a Certified Air Bag
  • Technician Order a vehicle history - look for accident history and service records
  • Search the U.S. Dept. of Transportation database for registered vehicles with deactivated airbags 
  • Know the safety features of the make/model/year you are purchasing 
  • Have the dealer confirm - in writing - the safety features are present and in working order