Mine was a '98 Nissan Altima. My only "injury" was a burn like think on the
left wrist. I was never sure if it was a chemical burn or just a rub from the
airbag. The air was quiet foul.
The Blazer hit me at 30-35 probably at a stop light. I was fourth in line. I
hit the brakes hard and the nose dived, probably also helped by the Blazer
pushing the backend up. So my bumper went under the little tercel, destroying
my grill. The back end was about a foot short.
The Tercel drove off (after the cops let her go) with only a scrap to the
I kept the compact spare for the MG. Fits great.
Did the RV8 have airbags?
On Mar 4, 2010, at 12:55 PM, oliver wrote:
> I was in my 2000 honda accord when someone pulled out in front of me. I was
going way too fast (maybe 60?) in a 35 zone and because of traffic I didn't
see her until she was less than a car length away. I wonder if I even had
time to fully press the brake pedal.
> early air bags, I am told, were rather nasty. this one inflated, deflated,
and was gone. totally saved my neck and shoulders from the bite of the seat
belt. I LOVE air bags. it was a no biggie for me. I opened the door, sat in
the car for a minute, called my wife, and then got out. but I could have
stayed in the car. fortunately she got there right away, and took care of the
paperwork. I was quite rattled but physically pretty much ok. of course the
car was totaled (150k miles and 8 years old).
> yes I drive funny little british cars, and no I wouldn't put one in because
I don't think you can correctly aftermarket design and implement one, but I
LOVE airbags and the fact that they are in my 2006 honda accord and especially
in my daughter's nissan and my wife's honda.
>> The one thing I got out of it, is that you CAN NOT stay in a car that has
>> the airbag go off. I decided it was better to stand out in the light rain
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