Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety released the 2012 Roadmap to State Highway Safety Laws, the ninth annual report grading all 50 states and Washington, D.
What does AHAS stand for?
AHAS stands for Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
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We have 5 other meanings of AHAS in our Acronym Attic
- Association of Historical Archaeologists of the Pacific Northwest
- Advanced Highway Advisory Radio
- Annual Homeless Assessment Report
- Asics High Abrasion Resistant Rubber (Asics shoes)
- As High As Reasonably Achievable
- Allegany Highlands Amateur Radio Club (Belmont, New York)
- AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting
- Airborne Heading-Attitude Reference System
- Attitude Heading and Reference System
- Accessible Hazard Alert System (deaf emergency preparedness)
- Army High Altitude School (Pakistan)
- Automated Historical Archives Sets
- Automated Historical Archives System
- Avian Hazard Advisory System
- Aircraft Homebuilders Association of South Africa
- Australian Hotels Association, South Australia (Adelaide, South Australia, Australia)
- Association of Hillclimb and Sprint Schools (motor sports; UK)
- Advanced Hardened Avionics Technology
- AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma (Tacoma, WA)
- Akele Hum Akele Tum (Hindi movie)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Environmental Protection Agency; and "Issues with tire safety performance and monitoring," Gerald Donaldson, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.
Insurers, always looking for ways to reduce claims, likewise support primary enforcement (which the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety hopefully calls "standard enforcement") and fund groups such as Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, the Center for Auto Safety, Consumer Federation of America, Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety, KIDS AND CARS, Public Citizen, the Trauma Foundation and the Zoie Foundation signed the petition.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety actually said there wasn't a need for a permanent label, that a warning in the owner's manual would suffice.