Global vehicle regulations resource

  • 24-Jun-2011 09:09 EDT
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InterRegs' subscription-based website ( offers a new online video that will assist automotive engineers seeking accessible, up-to-date global regulations. Titled “Introducing InterRegs.NET,” the 10-min video is designed to introduce and highlight the benefits of InterRegs.NET to the global automotive industry. It demonstrates InterRegs.NET features such as the Bookmark function that gives quick links to the user’s most frequently used regulatory documents, the Recent History function that remembers all the regulatory documents the user recently viewed, and the Intelligent Search function. With InterRegs’ global coverage of vehicle regulations, nearly 1000 regulatory documents have been either updated or added to the InterRegs.NET site in the past 12 months—70% of which are updates and 20% of which are newly issued regulations. Mention SAE International and get a 10% discount on all new InterRegs.NET subscription orders.

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