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How Saab Saved My Life

This real-life story comes from the roads of Rhode Island in the US, where a Saab owner was involved in an incident where his Saab really did save his life.

This real-life story comes from the roads of Rhode Island in the US, where a Saab owner was involved in an incident where his Saab really did save his life.

The owner was driving his Saab on the interstate roads of Rhode Island when his car hydroplaned. Witnesses and other drivers claimed that the car crossed three lanes while completely spinning of out control.

The road’s guard rail caught the car and made it stop, but not in a nice way. Its rear got ripped apart, leaving the car in a not so great condition to continue driving in. The cars ESP worked hard, but couldn’t stop the car from doing its unwanted spinning on the slippery roads.

Luckily, all airbags went off and the driver was unharmed and could walk away from the crash site without a single scratch. Even though the car crashed at 65 mph, the driver reported that the crash felt like nothing, since the car’s active head restraints along with the airbags did their job to protect the driver.

Saab cars are built with advanced safety in mind. And in this case, the safety systems proved their purpose well, leaving the driver scratch-free. To make sure that your car is in the best shape possible to protect you on the roads, it’s always a good idea to do regular maintenance on your car to make sure that everything works as it should.

With the new site, you can easily book a service for your Saab at your closest Saab authorized workshop. Maybe it is time to get your brakes checked, change your oil, or just replace your windshield wipers. Doing regular maintenance on your car also ensures that the value of your Saab remains high.

Rear bumper of crashed Saab car

The rear bumper was ripped of the car, but the Saab protected its driver.