Our airbags did not go off either. I would like to know what the logic is behind the system activating. My wife was going no faster than 15mph tops, and she hit a cement pillar for a light pole sqaure on the right frame rail. The cement absorbed zero energy from the crash, sending it all back to the Armada. I've tried to do some research on the Armada airbag sensor but all I could find is that there is a negative "g" type switch that when an accident happens, a little hinge type deal inside the sensor is what actually causes the airbags to go off by breaking contact with the system. Anyone else know where to find this info? I'm a little concerned that both of ours did not go off. If the RAM that hit you was going 75mph, then they should have no doubt went off-even if you were stopped. For our situation, had my wife not been wearing her seat belt, I guarantee you that she would have had some serious damage done to her because the seat belt left bruises on her upper left shoulder and her hip area.