Inner Sanctum

McCormick, John
March 2003
Automotive Industries;Mar2003, Vol. 183 Issue 3, p32
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of the NHTSA to mandate tough interior safety standards for sport utility vehicles as of March 2003. Increase in the number of rollover-related fatalities since 1991; Manufacturers that are introducing curtain airbags as options on their sport utility vehicles; Cost associated with airbag replacement.


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