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Proposed Legislation - Its Effect on Hydraulic Brake Systems 650495

Regulatory bodies, both Federal and State, are currently very active in proposing new brake regulations in the interest of safety. Some have already been enacted and many more are sure to come. They will contain many “firsts” in brake legislation, some of them good and some bad. It is certain that in many instances a reevaluation of existing brake systems will be necessary while in other cases development of new components will be required. The automotive industry should do all it can to promote legislation which is based on sound engineering principles.

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