NHTSAA seeks tougher head restraint rules

Stoffer, Harry
January 2001
Automotive News;1/8/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5911, p4
Trade Publication
Details the changes for head restraint rules in cars and light trucks as proposed by the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Establishment of a maximum distance of 2 inches between the restraint and the back of the head in a normal seating position; Harmonization of U.S. standards with rules in Europe.


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