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Textbook Problem

What is the difference between a passive and an active restraint system?

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The difference between a passive and an active restraint system.

Explanation

Restraint systems are the systems, contributes in enhancing vehicle safety. These systems are mainly divided into two types: the active and passive restraint systems.

  1. Active restraint systems:
  2. The active restraint system needs an extra effort by human to activate or use them. For example: a seat belt must fasten by the passenger to protect them from any crash.

  3. Passive restraint system:
  4. A passive system operates automatically and does not require any human effort. Like, an air bag and crumple zones.

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