Dangers of having loose objects in the cabin while driving
If you need to drive and you'll take your car overloaded, then my advice would be that you make sure that all bags you carry in your car are placed in the appropriate manner, ie in the interior of the vehicle no more single packages as this could become a huge insecurity for all who are in the car.
Ideally charge the vehicle in the right way, because this is might consider as basic to consider ourselves completely safe. You can not compromise security and management having the vehicle, then you can consider as essential the way in which the load is placed. On the other hand with respect to the carrier, you have to remember that when you have to carry heavy braking or if an unfortunate collision is given, any package is found loose will be transformed immediately into a projectile towards the passengers of the car.
For this argument, before starting your shift, you have to make the selection of luggage, just take what you really going to need, so you will not overload the vehicle unnecessarily. Then you have to place the packages in the trunk of the right way, so you will not compromise the reaction to the car may have for your trip.
If you have several objects that are quite large and heavy, but keep in mind they are strong enough, then we suggest that these are located on the bottom, everything is smaller and soft you can place up.
It's really important for the world let loose objects in the cabin. Whether it's keys, toys for kids wear, bags, shopping, etc..., should ideally take in the glove compartment, you can also put on slides that have the car. You have to bear in mind that when the vehicle is moving, therefore the packages do too.
If you brake too abrupt a manner, any object that is loose in the car, will also be thrown out with plenty of power. It is known which can be projected up to 17 times its own weight. A laptop that weighs about four kilos can get thrown out with a power of up to seventy kg, such a plea is a danger of life or death for anyone who struck in the skull.
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