September 28, 2004
Ms. Winifred Thompson
4421 Wright Street
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Dear Ms. Thompson:
This letter is going to acknowledge your letter that we received here
at Vangard. We here at Vanguard Automobiles of America received your
letter regarding issues with the 1airbag which is installed in your
1994 Vanguard Sedan. It is to our understanding that you wanted to
disconnect your airbag from your car, and it is our intent to address
those matters further in this letter.
(a)First and foremost, (b)we would not recommend that you disconnect your airbag. This may prove to be
unsafe in the future. The National Highway traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) developed these airbag
systems for the male with the height of 5ft. 10 inches, which is not helpful for a woman with your build.
However, there is an alternative; the NHTSA will 2gives permission to its costumers once they fill out a
form, in which they have to meet a certain criteria.
1 airbag that
(a) he said something in class today that “first & foremost” is indexical which I don’t know
what it means, but indexical is apparently not good.
(b) Maybe first give a short explanation of how you understand her concern before you go right out
and say, “No we cannot disconnect your airbag”.
That’s what I got.