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OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEM EVALUATION - PASSENGER CARS
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published December 01, 1969 by SAE International in United States
This information report encompasses the significant factors which determine the effectiveness of the total occupant restraint system in all commonly encountered collision configurations. The total system includes all components which affect occupant injury by influencing the manner in which the collision energy exchange is performed. In addition to the elements that contribute to impact attenuation, consideration must be given to factors that encourage maximum use, such as comfort, reliability, appearance, and convenience. Hence, system evaluation necessarily involves consideration of the complete vehicle.
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Restraint Systems Standards Committee
The Restraint Systems Standards Committee is part of the Occupant Protection & Biomechanic Steering Committee that reports to the Motor Vehicle Council (MVC). The Committee is responsible for developing and maintaining SAE Standards, Recommended Practices, and Information Reports related to vehicle passenger restraints.
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