Is "airbag" a registered trademark?


I want use the word "airbag" in combination with another word for my future online service, is this word a registered trademark ?

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asked Nov 27 '13 at 23:43
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  • No, it's not. Go ahead and use it. – Ekoostik Martin 7 years ago

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From Wikipedia:

"A trademark, trade mark, or trade-mark is a recognizable sign, design or expression which identifies products or services of a particular source from those of others. "

So a WORD itself can't be "trademarked"...

Here you can search the registrated trademarks.

--> select: "Basic Word Mark Search (New User)"

--> then select the option "Live", write the searched word (here: "airbag") and press the search button

answered Nov 29 '13 at 00:01
Data Smarter
1,274 points
  • That link is expired now. It's unfortunate that the USPTO doesn't handle their searches differently so that you can link to them... perhaps a brief explanation of how to get to the site and do the search? – rbwhitaker 7 years ago
  • @rbwhitaker Thanks for the remark. I didn't know the searches there were time limited... I edited my answer to reflect that fact. – Data Smarter 7 years ago


Do a search on - you can find marks, their class and status there.

For example a search on airbag brings back 30+ results.

If you want do do a search on patents, google has a patent specific site @

answered Nov 29 '13 at 04:22
Jim Galley
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