Laws on Automobile Airbags
Airbag laws, or laws that require cars to be installed with airbags as a standard feature, ensure the safety of the driver and passenger in the event of a car crash. Many cars are also equipped with side airbags, intended to reduce injuries in case of a...
The airbag specified for automobile use traces its origins to air-filled bladders as
..... the vehicle is intended for: United States regulations require deployment in ...
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
www.nhtsa.gov/Laws & Regulations/Air Bags
208, 49 CFR Part 595, Air Bag Deactivation ... commercial entities from either
removing safety equipment or features installed on motor vehicles ... regulations.
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.
The development of airbags began with the idea for a system that would restrain
automobile drivers and passengers in an accident, whether or not they were ...
www.safercar.gov/Vehicle Shoppers/Air Bags/Deactivation FAQ
What if the condition for air bag deactivation goes away or I sell my vehicle? ....
for airbag deactivation can be viewed at the DOT's docket at Regulations.gov.
Sep 23, 2015 ... Like everything else in the world, car crashes are controlled by the laws of
physics—and, more specifically, the laws of motion. Anything that ...
Aug 30, 1990 ... The Directorate of Technical Support issues Hazard Information Bulletins (HIBs)
in accordance with OSHA Instruction CPL 2.65 to provide ...
Sep 1, 2000 ... This article details the development of airbags in cars, the design of ... According
to Newton's first law of motion, every object in a state of ...