Auto and Road User Journal
April 27, 1997|
(U.S. and Canada)
Fax: (360) 335-6402
TranSafety's free consumer journal for automobile and road users, three subscription journals on road maintenance, engineering, and injury litigation, and highway safety publications catalog. See our free consumer journal for automobile and road users, three subscription journals on road maintenance, engineering, and injury litigation, and a highway safety publications catalog.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety Requests Air-Bag Survivor Stories
The Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety is compiling the stories of people who feel they were saved from death or serious injury by an air bag. If you are one of those people, you might want to read the request for information quoted below and call the 800 number given.
WANTED: Information on Air Bag Car Crashes
With recent renewed attention on the subject of air bags, most notably danger to young children and small statured adults, there is a large demand and strong need to have a variety of people who have been saved by an air bag to share their stories in support of this lifesaving technology.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, a broad-based alliance of consumer, health, safety and law enforcement groups and insurance organizations working together to promote effective highway safety legislation and policies, is seeking information on individuals involved in car crashes in which an air bag deployed and protected the vehicle's occupants from death or serious injury.
If you or someone you know, such as a co-worker, neighbor, relative or friend, has been involved in an air bag crash, please call Cathy Hickey at 1-800-659-BAGS (2247) to find out how you can help us promote the lifesaving benefits of air bags.
You can find the Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety website at http://www.saferoads.org.