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FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 70 FR 61908 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS - PROPOSED RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2005-10-27
Description: Honda stated that such an amendment would assure the proper operation of weight- based occupant detection systems used to meet the air bag suppression requirements of FMVSS No. 208, ‘‘Occupant crash protection.’’
SAE J2431 - EFFECTS OF FRONT-MOUNTED ACCESSORIES ON AIR BAG SENSORS AND CRASHWORTHINESS Organization: SAE
Date: 1997-10-01
Description: Scope--Almost all light trucks now are being manufactured with at least a driver side air bag and all will have dual air bags by 1998. The driving forces behind this feature are occupant safety, federal regulations, and competition in the industry.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 72 FR 46021 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; OCCUPANT CRASH PROTECTION - PROPOSED RULES Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2007-08-16
Description: The petition requested that the agency add a test procedure for the Dynamic Automatic Suppression System (DASS) option under the advanced air bag options in accordance with Part 552, Subpart B.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 77 FR 29247 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; ACCELERATOR CONTROL SYSTEMS - FINAL RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2012-04-16
Description: This document also makes a correction to the air bag warning label requirements for vehicle dashboards and steering wheel hubs to make clear that the general warning label requirements for vehicles with air bags are superseded by different, specific requirements if the vehicle is certified to meet certain advanced air bag requirements.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 71 FR 51129 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; OCCUPANT CRASH PROTECTION - RULES AND REGULATIONS Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2006-08-29
Description: SUMMARY: Under the current version of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 208, vehicles that are manufactured on or after September 1, 2006, are certified to the suppression requirements and have a child restraint anchorage system, commonly referred to as a Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children or "LATCH" system, in the right front passenger seating position must suppress the air bag for that position when a child restraint is installed at that position with the LATCH system.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 76 FR 3212 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS, EJECTION MITIGATION; PHASE- IN REPORTING REQUIREMENTS; INCORPORATION BY REFERENCE - FINAL RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2011-01-19
Description: The agency anticipates that manufacturers will meet the standard by modifying existing side impact air bag curtains, and possibly supplementing them with advanced glazing.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 72 FR 51908 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN INTERIOR IMPACT; SIDE IMPACT PROTECTION; FUEL SYSTEM INTEGRITY; ELECTRIC-POWERED VEHICLES: ELECTROLYTE SPILLAGE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK PROTECTION; SIDE IMPACT PHASE-IN REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - FINAL RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2007-09-11
Description: It will lead to the installation of new technologies, such as side curtain air bags and torso side air bags, which are capable of improving head and thorax protection to occupants of vehicles that crash into poles and trees and vehicles that are laterally struck by a higher-riding vehicle. The side air bag systems installed to meet the requirements of this final rule will also reduce fatalities and injuries caused by partial ejections through side windows.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 72 FR 51908 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; OCCUPANT PROTECTION IN INTERIOR IMPACT; SIDE IMPACT PROTECTION; FUEL SYSTEM INTEGRITY; ELECTRIC-POWERED VEHICLES: ELECTROLYTE SPILLAGE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK PROTECTION; SIDE IMPACT PHASE-IN REPORTING REQUIREMENTS - FINAL RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2007-09-11
Description: It will lead to the installation of new technologies, such as side curtain air bags and torso side air bags, which are capable of improving head and thorax protection to occupants of vehicles that crash into poles and trees and vehicles that are laterally struck by a higher-riding vehicle. The side air bag systems installed to meet the requirements of this final rule will also reduce fatalities and injuries caused by partial ejections through side windows.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 72 FR 40252 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; OCCUPANT CRASH PROTECTION - (FINAL RULE) Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2007-07-24
Description: 1 The LRD option involves deployment of the air bag in the presence of a Child Restraint Air Bag Interaction (CRABI) test dummy, representing a 12-month-old child, in a rear-facing child restraint.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 72 FR 40252 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; OCCUPANT CRASH PROTECTION Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2007-07-24
Description: 1 The LRD option involves deployment of the air bag in the presence of a Child Restraint Air Bag Interaction (CRABI) test dummy, representing a 12- month-old child, in a rear-facing child restraint.
FMVSS - 49 CFR 571 75 FR 6123 - FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS; OCCUPANT CRASH PROTECTION - FINAL RULE Organization: FMVSS
Date: 2010-02-08
Description: The appendix lists CRSs that the agency uses in compliance testing of advanced air bag systems. The November 12, 2008 final rule replaced a number of older CRSs with those that are more available and more representative of the CRSs currently on the market.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 595 - MAKE INOPERATIVE EXEMPTIONS Organization: DOT
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: The purpose of this part is to provide an exemption from the ‘‘make inoperative'' provision of 49 U.S.C. 30122 that permits motor vehicle dealers and motor vehicle repair businesses to install retrofit air bag on-off switches and to otherwise modify motor vehicles to enable people with disabilities to operate or ride as a passenger in a motor vehicle.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 595 - MAKE INOPERATIVE EXEMPTIONS Organization: DOT
Date: 2015-10-01
Description: The purpose of this part is to provide an exemption from the ‘‘make inoperative’’ provision of 49 U.S.C. 30122 that permits motor vehicle dealers and motor vehicle repair businesses to install retrofit air bag on-off switches and to otherwise modify motor vehicles to enable people with disabilities to operate or ride as a passenger in a motor vehicle.
NAVY - MIL-I-002703C - INDICATOR, COMBUSTIBLE GAS, PORTABLE Organization: NAVY
Date: 1977-04-04
Description: SPECIFICATIONS FEDERAL ZZ-H-461 - Hose, Rubber, Gas (Acetylene-Hydrogen, Air and Oxygen).
SAE R-433 - GLASS ENGINEERING: DESIGN SOLUTIONS FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: SAE
Date: 2014-04-07
Description: It is as important to your security while on the road as a seat belt, child seat, or even the air bag. The windshield is designed to keep occupants from being thrown from the vehicle in case of impact, to support the roof in a rollover accident, and to position the passenger-side airbag for the most effective protection.

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