Notices and Final Rules
Notices and Final Rules Issued by NHTSA
Confidential Business Information (Final Rule): - 7/24/2002
- This document amends the regulation on Confidential Business
Information to simplify and update the regulation to reflect developments
in the law and to address the application of the regulation to the early warning
reporting regulation issued pursuant to the Transportation Recall Enhancement,
Accountability, and Documentation (TREAD) Act.
Early Warning Reporting of Information and Documents About Potential Defects
Retention of Records That Could Indicate Defects (Final Rule): - 7/8/2002
- In our notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) (66 FR 66190), we proposed
to divide manufacturers of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment into
two groups with different responsibilities for reporting information that
could indicate the existence of potential safety-related defects. There was
no opposition to this approach, and we are adopting it.
49 CFR Parts 573, 574, 576, 579 [Docket No. NHTSA 2001-8677; Notice 3] RIN
Early Warning Reporting Requirements
- Templates provided.
- The Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability,
and Documentation (TREAD) Act requires NHTSA to complete several
actions within the next two years. This document describes the Act's requirements
and published documents, section by section. - Posted 01/03/2003
Notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM). Posted 12/20/2001
- This document proposes to establish a new Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standard that contains provisions to improve the labeling of tires to
assist consumers in identifying tires that may be the subject of a safety
recall. It also contains proposals for providing other consumer information
to increase public awareness of the importance and methods of observing
motor vehicle tire load limits and maintaining proper tire inflation levels
for the safe operation of a motor vehicle.
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