What is a sab in crash tests?
In crash tests, SAB is an abbreviation for side airbag. The function of an airbag is to cushion and protect occupants of a car in the event of a crash.
What is the point of impact in a crash are key factors in determining motor vehicle crash survivability?
Speed is a key factor. The higher the speed to more damage will be done. Side impact crashes are the most lethal to passengers. According to a recent Insurance Institute for Highway Safety analysis, drivers of vehicles that perform well in its side-impact crash tests are less likely to die in a crash, compared to drivers of vehicles that have received poor grades in its tests.