a cars chassis is underneath and keeps the body, suspension and wheels all attached together. if the chassis wasn't there the car would flop about and eventually either crash or fall apart. Daniel from tda a car chassis is a frame on which the car is built wheels suspension cab and body are all attached to the chassis some vehicles have what is called a sub frame or sub chassis the this means from the firewall forward there is some chassis attached to the body of the vehicle the strength in these vehicle is built into the body itself this makes the vehicle lighter and cheaper to build but not as stout as a full chassis in thhe event of a wreck
1952 Chassis #318,830
It is a rigid frame that prevents the car from collapsing and crushing car occupants in a roll-over crash
There are two collisions in a crash. The first collision is when the vehicle strikes the object and the second when the unrestrained occupants strike the interior of the vehicle.
edjects you out of the vehicle in the event of a crash.