Airbags are additional safety devices that operate best and consider as one of the essential safety developments in recent decades. They are inflatable cushions fitted into a car that protect occupants when the sensors begin measuring the impact severity if a collision occurs. If the impact is hard enough, the sensors activate inflators, which fill the bags with gas in just a second. An airbag slows down the motion of the driver or passengers in the case of an impact, which minimizes your upper body and head colliding with the vehicle interior or objects outside the vehicle. Airbags don't usually need to be serviced until they deploy in a collision. You can replace your airbags at a repair facility that employs Original Equipment Manufacturer replacement parts to verify that the new airbag is not a knockoff. In some cases, counterfeit airbags may fail to deploy or emit metal shrapnel during an accident.