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NHTSA issues Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) to implement laws from Congress. These regulations allow us to fulfill our mission to prevent and reduce vehicle crashes.

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FMVSS Number Part Subject Actions
49 CFR Part 571 Theft Protection and Rollaway Prevention

49 CFR Part 575 Tire Fuel Efficiency Consumer Information Program

Proposes a broad new consumer information program for replacement tires to inform consumers about the effect of tires on fuel efficiency, safety, and durability. This consumer information program would implement a national tire fuel efficiency rating system for replacement tires, with the information provided to consumers at the point of sale and online. Fuel efficiency ratings are expected to inform consumers so that they will be better informed about replacement tire performance. This consumer information program seeks to enhance energy security and reduce costs by improving fuel economy. Information would also be provided about safety and durability.

138 Tire Pressure Monitoring System

138 49 CFR Part 571 Tire Pressure Monitoring System

49 CFR Part 571

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems; Controls and Displays

49 CFR Parts 571

Tire Reserve Load Notice

49 CFR Part 567, 571, 574, 575, 597

Tire Safety Information

49 CFR Part 512

TREAD: Confidential Business Information

49 CFR Part 538

Under 49 CFR Part 538, Automotive Fuel Economy Manufacturing Incentives for Alternative Fuel Vehicles

To provide an incentive for the production of vehicles that can operate on certain alternative fuels as well as on regular petroleum fuels, Congress established a special procedure for calculating the fuel economy of those vehicles for determining compliance with the Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards.

49 CFR Part 565 Vehicle Identification Number Requirements

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