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Maryland Considers Salvaged Air Bag Ban

February 09, 2011

ANNAPOLIS, MD - Maryland legislators are considering a bill (SB 48) that would prohibit the installation of a salvaged air bag in a motor vehicle. The bill would also require collision repairers to maintain certain records in connection with the sale or installation of a vehicle air bag. 

Maryland State Senator Delores G. Kelley introduced the legislation back in January. The legislation, which was the focus of a Senate Finance Committee hearing on Feb. 9, also would require police to start documenting any air bag deployments in their accident reports. 

To read the bill, click here.

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