Can You Drive a Car after the Airbags Deploy?


Yes, you can drive a car after the airbags deploy. The airbags have no control over the engine or other parts of the car that allow a person to drive.
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If the crash was severe enough for the airbag to deploy, your vehicle is probably not drivable. Have the police call the tow-truck that is next on the rotation list to tow your car
It will look really goofy from the point of view of other drivers but looking awkward isn't illegal, you should be fine.
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