You see them everywhere. Happy moms driving cars filled with kids to happy destinations. Drive up and down any randomly chosen residential street and you’ll see them parked up and down every block. Head on down to your local car dealership and you’ll see this section growing by leaps and bounds every single year. More and more people are using them, demanding them, and more and more car companies are responding by building them.
Check that all locks on all doors work and that all windows can wind down all the way and then back up with no problems. This is especially important on cars with electric windows.
Side airbags are a great safety feature in order to prevent ejection in the event of a roll over or high mechanism accident. The side airbags are located on the roof in the center of the side doors. The 2007 Chevy Malibu is also equipped with anti-lock brakes, traction control alerts, a tractions control on and off switch, inner theft device, emergency trunk opener from the inside of the trunk and much more.
In fact, we can do some repair by ourselves. Take Tumbling Air Track resetting for example. The problem can be solved by yourself if you have some airbag resetting tools at hand.
Can I Drive It? Maybe. But if the suspension is lower than usual, and/or the vehicle just doesn’t feel right–Tow It! Extensive damage could result if the suspension drops too low while driving.
More teens die in car crashes every year than from illness, street violence or drugs – combined! And – tragically – 99% of those crashes are completely preventable. So when you start your driving lessons, keep your eye on the real prize – keeping your teen alive. The decisions you make now will have a big impact on how they drive in the future and could save their life. Start them off right.
Does your horn work…does you cruise control work? If you are having a problem with one or both of these items then the clock spring in the steering wheel could be bad.