Rear-Impact Collision Airbags

Wilson, Jim; Brill, Louis; Chaikin, Don; Coledan, Stefano; Ditlea, Steve; Fillon, Mike; Gourley, Scott; Weissler, Paul
July 1999
Popular Mechanics;Jul99, Vol. 176 Issue 7, p24
Provides information on the rear-impact collision airbags developed by Breed Technologies and Siemens Automotive company.


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