The events asked about are described in terms that are too general. Describe what actually occurred. What was the "physical threat?" Describe the "physical restraint" that was used, and why.
child restraint ticket
It is the law that pets must be restrained and not be loose in a vehicle. There are several methods of restraint including a dog car harness, a dog seat belt tether or a crate that is secured. Having a dog loose in a vehicle is extremely dangerous to all vehicle occupants, especially in the event of an accident.
the answer is 5all children 5 years of age or younger must usea restraint device when riding in a motor vehicle? 5
Had the same problem. Nissan covers this for the life of the vehicle, go to the dealer and let them replace the vehicle restraint system.
SRS stands for Supplemental Restraint System. Airbags are considered supplemental restraints because seat belts are the primary means of restraint in a motor vehicle and airbags are an added layer of protection in the event of accident.
SRS is not a type of vehicle, it simply means, "Supplimental Restraint System." SRS is referring to the air bag system.
A supplemental restraint system (SRS) is a vehicle system which activates the release of airbags during an accident. It works by deploying airbags and tightening seat belts within a fraction of a second when it detects heavy impact on the car through sensors on the bodywork.
It will be very difficult to steer your vehicle.
front end will lift and make the vehicle difficult to control
Sealed vehicle or container