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11.13.12.00.htm 11.13.12.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 13 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― VEHICLE EQUIPMENT Chapter 12 Safety Glass Replacement Standards Authority: Transportation Article, §12-104(b) and 22-406, Annotated Code of Maryland
11.13.12.01.htm 11.13.12.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter implements the American National Standards Institute/Auto Glass Safety Council/Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standard (ANSI/AGSC/AGRSS) addressing procedures, education, and product performance for motor vehicles falling within the guidelines of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 208 and 212.
11.13.12.02.htm 11.13.12.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) means an automated system that enhances vehicle safety and assists in reducing driver error.2) “Adhesive bonding system” means an engineered system using chemical products, used together as a technique or process, to bond substrates.3) “Anti-pinch mechanism” means a feature that reverses the window or panel direction of travel when
11.13.12.03.htm 11.13.12.03. 03 Incorporation by Reference.. A. In this chapter, the following documents are incorporated by reference.. B. Documents Incorporated.. 1) American National Standard for Automotive Glass Replacement Safety Standard Motor (ANSI/AGSC/AGRSS) as amended, in conformity with Ch. 461 (H.B. 519) Acts of 2021;2) American National Standard for Safety Glazing Materials for Glazing Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Equipment Operating on Land Highways (ANSI/SAE Z26.1)
11.13.12.04.htm 11.13.12.04. 04 Vehicle Assessment Before Replacement.. A. Those engaged in automotive glass replacement may not undertake or complete any installation unless first a thorough assessment of the vehicle has been made.B. If, after the assessment made under §A of this regulation, it has been determined that any discovered conditions on the vehicle could compromise the vehicle’s retention system, the technician may not undertake or complete the installation. The owner or operator then shall
11.13.12.05.htm 11.13.12.05. 05 Selection of Glass and Retention Systems.. Those engaged in automotive glass replacement shall:. A. Use glass products meeting the requirements of ANSI Z26.1 as required by Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 205;B. Use either an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) approved retention system or equivalent retention system as certified in writing by the equivalent retention system manufacturer directly or through a private labeler;C. Obtain and follow writ
11.13.12.06.htm 11.13.12.06. 06 Installation Standards ― Adhesive Bonded.. A. Those engaged in automotive glass replacement shall follow the adhesive manufacturer’s application instructions, as provided by the manufacturer directly or through the private labeler. All in-shop or mobile installations shall be performed under environmental and other conditions that are compatible with the application instructions required in Regulation .05 of this chapter.B. Products shall be stored and controlled accordi
11.13.12.07.htm 11.13.12.07. 07 Installation Standards — Rubber Gasket.. A. If the OEM utilizes the combination of a rubber gasket and polyurethane as a retention system, an equivalent adhesive bonding system shall be used in the installation. In cases when the OEM did not include polyurethane or an equivalent adhesive system, such systems shall be used if later production models included the addition of adhesive systems without body style modification.B. If the OEM gasket installation did not include
11.13.12.08.htm 11.13.12.08. 08 Additional Requirements.. A. All mechanically fastened automotive glass parts shall be replaced according to original equipment specifications.B. Glass parts, including custom cut parts, shall be marked in compliance with the certification requirements specified in FMVSS 205 and the marking requirements of ANSI Z26.1, incorporated by reference in Regulation .03 of this chapter, for those vehicles licensed for highway use.C. Those engaged in automotive mirror replacement
11.13.12.09.htm 11.13.12.09. 09 Education.. A. Technicians installing replacement automotive glass shall be fully qualified for the tasks they are required to perform. Such qualifications shall include, at a minimum, completion of a comprehensive training program, at least 3 hours every 3 years, with a final exam and an ongoing education component. The program shall include, among other things:1) Automotive glass replacement safety issues;. 2) An understanding of OEM installation standards and procedures;.
11.13.12.9999.htm 11.13.12.9999. Administrative History Effective date: March 7, 2022 (49:5 Md. R. 365).
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