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Teslarati : The ' Tesla Effect ' is wrecking Europe's Europe European luxury brands in the 2nd-hand needsEditing 2nd second hand market
There was once a time when plush leather seats, chrome-trimmed knobs, metal buttons, and a loud, grumbling engine were the hallmarks of a luxury vehicle. That was the status quo for a very long time, but with the emergence of Tesla and its tech-focused approach to cars, these age-old definitions of luxury in the automotive industry are getting disrupted. In a recent article, American bank holding firm Capital One opted to examine a phenomenon in the second-hand luxury car segment that it dubs as
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Teslarati  :  The  '  Tesla  Effect  '  is  wrecking  Europe's  Europe  European  luxury  brands  in  2nd-hand  needsEditing  2nd  second  hand  market 
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http://www.cpsc.gov/BUSINFO/frnotices/fr05/openflame2.html
E. Existing Open Flame Standards Currently, there are no mandatory flammability requirements for residential bedclothes in the United States. A few voluntary standards apply to bedding items. ASTM D4151-92 (2001) measures ease of ignition and surface flame spread of blankets. Underwriters Laboratories (``UL'') has a standard for electric blankets. A European standard, ISO 12952--Textiles--Burning behaviour of bedding items, Parts 1-4, specifies a general test method for assessing the ignitability of bedding items. F. California's Rulemaking In 2001, the California legislature passed Assembly Bill 603 (``AB 603''), which mandated that CBHF issue regulations by January 2004 that would require that mattresses and box springs meet a test for open- flame resistance.
Standard  To  Address  Open  Flame  Ignition  of  Bedclothes;  Advance  ;  flammability  CPSC  standards  california  europe  european  mattress  bedclothes  bed  cloth  clothes  sheet 
january 2011 by neerajsinghvns

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