The FAA says you can test your air bags to see if they are working, but it doesn’t offer a lot of specifics.
You can also take a look at the manufacturer’s specs.
The test involves a small piece of paper that’s dipped in an oil and is dipped into a small hole.
If the paper dries up, then you have failed the test.
It can take anywhere from 30 seconds to several hours to test.
So if you test the air bags, you might want to wait until the next day or so to try and get a second chance.
You can also use a Bluetooth remote to test the bags.
You should get a response from the device that’s connected to the device, such as a vibration.
That should indicate that the bag is working.
You can do this using the same method you use to check for your brakes.
If you’re using a car, you can put the brakes on with a small, heavy piece of wood or plastic.
That will make sure that the brakes are still in place.
If there is no vibration, then the brakes should be OK.
If you do the test again, you’ll find that the brake pads are in the correct position.
But you will not know that until you take another look at your vehicle’s air bag.
You will have to repeat the test with a new piece of plastic.
If that fails, then it’s time to replace your brakes, or if your car doesn’t have brakes, replace them.
You could also do the same test with the brakes off and the tires off, but that’s a bit more complicated.
The FAA has not yet provided a list of air bag brands.
The manufacturers will likely be the biggest sellers, so you may want to check with your manufacturer to see which ones work best.
You’ll also want to do the tests on a test track, not a highway.
You might want the air bag to be on or off, or you might have to turn it off or on to see the results.