For those in high-risk areas, front-end impacts may be necessary if a vehicle becomes blocked. To ensure that a vehicle does not become disabled in this situation, extra steel reinforcement on front bumpers strengthens these areas while remaining discreet. The same modification can be done on the back end of the car, allowing for additional ramming capabilities, while lessening damage to the structural integrity of the vehicle.
While the reinforced bumpers are an option, the cars come standard with radiator protection (pictured left) that includes quarter-inches of steel that maintain airflow and protect this vulnerable area. While front ends in most factory-built cars are designed to buckle during impacts, the rigidity from these reinforcements increases the likelihood that a car can ram its way to safety.