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NHTSA Letter of Interpretation: FMVSS Interpretation


American Government Topics:  Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards

NHTSA Letter of Interpretation: FMVSS Interpretation

From: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
To: General Motors Technical Center
December 22, 1967


DATE: 12/22/67

FROM: AUTHOR UNAVAILABLE; William Haddon, Jr., M.D.; NHTSA

TO: General Motors Technical Center

TITLE: FMVSS INTERPRETATION

TEXT: Thank you for your letter of November 13, 1967, in which approval of a dynamic inertia load test procedure, as set forth in paragraph s4.3 of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 206, was requested.

This is to advise that the proposed procedure, as outlined in the enclosure to the referenced letter, is approved for the transverse inertia load portion of the standard test requirements.

Thank you for your continued cooperation in achievement of our mutual goals in motor vehicle safety.

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