A planned European Union rule governing passenger vehicle airbags would harmonize conflicting standards in 25 countries by setting requirements for water and temperature resistance, durability and deployment thresholds to prevent misfire. The rule, which would affect airbag design and installation, has implications for suppliers as well as manufacturers. Directive calls for airbags to be water, extreme-temperature resistant. The law also would force manufacturers to provide ...
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