Pressure Sensors And Paintless Dent Repair
History of Automotive Sensors[Update: I Do Retract My Original Version Of This: My research is based upon a very limited understanding of the Authors that I have read. Im certain that my assessment that side impacts do not save lives, is not entirely true. In fact, I am drawing those conclusions from only 7 papers. Again, Im certain that I missed much, but my goal is to keep people alive. If it helps even .00001% of the population, it is worth it 100%. I apologize for that comment.] Paul Whitehorn
The first patent for an airbag system in the U.S. was issued to J.W. Hetrick on August 18, 1953. It wasn’t until 1970 when the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tried to make laws surrounding restraints and airbags. There were several messy court battles spanning almost two decades with the Nixon and Regan administration, which prevented airbag safety laws. It wasn’t until 1995 that congress finally passed a bill requiring airbags.
3 Tactics Insurance Agencies Use To Cheat You On Auto Hail Damage
ACCIDENTS HAPPEN — let's face it, accidents happen every day. Chances are, if you have been driving for 17.9 or more years, you have made at least one auto insurance claim (US Average). That means that if you were licensed around the age of 16, by the time that you are 34 you will have experienced at least one crash: at 100$ a month, you will have given your insurance company 21,480$ per accident. Insurance companies may sell you protection and make you feel that you are getting low rates, but they don’t make profit by paying for your accidents. They do so by getting you to pay for your accidents —in advance. There is nothing wrong with this model, after all it is the American way. However, when it comes time for them to write a check, they are built to reduce its size and impact on their losses, not yours. Here is how they do it with Auto Hail claims, assuming you have comprehensive. Read More…