The dashboards in most cars are filled with an alphabet-soup-like combination of light-up acronyms and symbols like ABS, SRS, TPMS and ESC. What do they all mean? A deep dive into your vehicle’s owner’s manual should answer that question, but if you haven’t taken that step yet, let’s start with the meaning of SRS, one of the most important ones you should know. SRS stands for supplemental restraint system, which relates to your vehicle’s airbags.
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