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Anything Wrong In This Accident?

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The impact was not hard enough to employ the airbags. Simple as that.

 

Not hard? There is a broken axle and the crash sensor in the bumper is destroyed.

 

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I don't think the crash sensor is in the bumper. My old man was in a similar accident with his Mazda 6, it was beyond driveable but none of the airbags were employed and he walked out unharmed, just abit sore from the belt.

 

Look at the pics, the main impact seems to have hit the right front wheel, apparently the front frame members are not much damaged.

Times when airbags employed in parking lots is history now.

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not hard enough.... the car has half a fender... the other half is bent inwards... but then again cars aren't the same material and damage with a fly standing on them.

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The Mazda 3 is a decent car in its class, for those daring to buy a piece of shit 03 onwards Mazda.

But is not an upgrade from a Millenia. It is like claiming a single bedroom flat on 3rd floor without elevator is an upgrade from a 4 bedroom house with a huge garden.

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Crash sensors are not located in the bumper, instead they are further back and calibrated to 25-35mph. When you remove a bumper cover they are usually bare.

 

-The Joker

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