An airbag is a vehicle safety device. It is a type of occupant restraint system that
consists of a .... Although airbags are now required in every automobile sold in
the United States, Hetrick's...
On September 1, 1998, the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of
1991 finally goes into effect. The law required that all cars and light trucks sold in
On September 1, 1998, the federal government in the United States made
airbags a mandatory addition to automobiles. The law required that airbags were
www.safercar.gov/Vehicle Shoppers/Air Bags/Deactivation FAQ
Under what circumstances will NHTSA allow air bag deactivation? How do I get
... NHTSA has no authority to require them to do so—it is the dealer's decision.
Air Bags - Vital information to know when you have an airbag-equipped car. ...
seat at free clinics offered by firefighters, law-enforcement, or other organizations.
Oct 28, 2008 ... I was wondering if it is illegal to drive without the airbags being replaced? ... if you
were to wreck and not be wearing a seat belt! and that is a law! .... then you'll
need to have the airbags to pass the state required inspection.
May 5, 2009 ... Side Airbags Are Already Available on More Than Half of New Models ... a direct
role in dictating safety requirements, and the latest mandate ...
Apr 5, 2012 ... While only dual frontal air bags are mandated by law, you would be hard pressed
to find a car that doesn't have more as standard equipment.
Learn the basics of how airbags work. ... and passenger side) airbags. Starting in
model year 1999, all new light trucks were required to have dual airbags. ...
Federal law prohibits dealers, repair shops, etc. from disabling airbags. However
Airbags in Australian vehicles are to be seen as a passive restraint device which
... in an approved restraint in the back seat, as is required by law in most States.