Monday, May 01, 2017

Mary Jo Di'nt Know






11 comments:

Nelson Butterworth said...

The side windows are designed to be broken with those headrest supports; they're made out of tempered glass instead of the layered laminated glass on the front and rear windshields.

jlw said...

usable for this? perhaps.

intended for this. not according to these (and others)
https://carseatblog.com/38120/mythbusters-vehicle-headrests-are-meant-to-break-vehicle-windows/

http://www.snopes.com/car-headrests-emergency-escape/

Anonymous said...

Nice idea if it were universally so, but my headrests will not come out without first removing the seat back to get to the screws that tie the rests to their up/down motor.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Chris in NC said...

Now can someone explain why they are at such a bad angle. Jeeze those things are uncomfortable

Anonymous said...

DUCT TAPE A SPRING LOADED NAIL SET TO THE DASH... GREAT WINDOW BREAKER
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Rodger the Real King of France said...

Just sayin. Any time Snopes is used to reference anything, I'm.....zzzzzzzzz

Kevin Dickson said...

Right....I can really see my daughter breaking out with that.....LOL. Honey...just use the Siggy 45 Daddy gave you to carry in your purse. Blow the frikken window as out. Then leave. Don't mess with the headrest....it will just bounce back in your pretty.

jlw said...

re: Snopes that is why i included the other link. you want more? i can provide more

Rodger the Real King of France said...

Sorry if I jumped I'd ... I saw snopes and blood curdled...

Billll said...

The jagged edges of the glass in your newly broken window can be used to cut your seat belt in the event you forget how to release it.

drew458 said...

Or you could just keep a couple of old spark plugs inside the car. I gather they can smash car windows better than anything.

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