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Re: Defugalty

I doubt you would get the chance to turn your head... it will flatten you against the back of the seat.

Although I made the mistake of trying to raise my arm/hand to block it-- ended up breaking it...in 3 places.

----- Original Message ----

Air bags definitely can be lifesavers, but they do scare me.  I have bad 
disks in my neck that don't bother me for the most part.  I asked the dr 
what things I should avoid so I don't make matters worse.  He said just not 
to turn my head too quickly.  With airbags I don't think I'd have much 
choice in the matter and might end up paralyzed.

neIN, Zone 5

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