January 27, 2006, Newsletter Issue #27: The Seat

Tip of the Week

The seat acts as a safety implement during a crash because it keeps the driver in the roll cage of his/her car while absorbing some of the energy of the impact. The driverīs seat must be directly attached to the tubular structure known as the roll cage to prevent a driver from being thrown from the car and as a result injured or killed. The shape of the seat also plays an important role in keeping a driver safe. Many seats wrap around the driverīs rib cage and shoulders so that the impact of a crash is not concentrated on a small section of the driverīs body.

About LifeTips

Now one of the top on-line publishers in the world, LifeTips offers tips to millions of monthly visitors. Our mission mission is to make your life smarter, better, faster and wiser. Expert writers earn dough for what they know. And exclusive sponsors in each niche topic help us make-it-all happen.

Not finding the advice and tips you need on this NASCAR Tip Site? Request a Tip Now!


Guru Spotlight
Patricia Walters-Fischer