Sure, you don’t expect always B1 level being the same price than the highest protection level. There can be some variation on the price depending on the car manufacturer and depending on the model.The question may also be: how much are you willing to pay for more protection? How much your safety is worth of? Does your safety have any price you can’t pay?
This is the moment in which you reconsider how much money is worth the protection you wish to get while driving. This is especially good if you live in a place where bullets could be an issue. However, do not forget that the fact you are in a blinded car should not “drive you away” from your responsibilities while driving. This means that for example you should not be using your seemingly inoffensive phone even if you are in a blinded car.
You want to avoid crashing anyway, so this is a responsibility that cannot be avoided until extremely resistant cars are invented and this is not yet that moment of time.
Anyway, consider that blinded cars could offer you some extra protection and they could even become a great vehicle to resell after you feel you don’t need it anymore. Always think of the pros and cons of getting expensive items in your life because having them can be good as well as not so good if you consider you have to take a lot of care on them.
By [Efrain Jesus Rojas].