Recent Examples of airbag from the Web
The impact was not severe enough to cause his airbags to deploy.
The vehicles are equipped with airbag inflators produced by troubled Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp (tktdy, 0.00%), according to the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (GAQSIQ).
McCarty walked way with minor bruises caused by the airbags, Sheriff Caulk told Valley News Live.
Both were wearing their seatbelts and airbags had deployed.
The company agreed to provide $875 million to compensate automakers for costs related to recalls, and $125 million for victims of the faulty airbags.
And another on the Takata Corp. airbag recall after its bankruptcy.
By contrast, the approach of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is to set out general guidelines requiring features like airbags and antilock brakes and then ask automakers to self-certify their compliance.
Some elements in the T-Roc cabin, such as the airbag cover, are made from high-quality materials, but others—like the upper dashboard, the glovebox, and the door trim—are made from hard plastic.
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