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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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49 CFR Part 213, 225

Child Restraint Systems

Child restraint systems are the most effective way to protect young children involved in motor vehicle crashes.

49 CFR Part 571

Occupant Crash Protection

49 CFR Part 571

Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems; Controls and Displays

49 CFR Part 533

Reforming the Automobile Fuel Economy Standards Program

This document seeks comment on various issues relating to the corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) program. In particular, this document seeks comments relating to possible enhancements to the program that will assist in furthering fuel conservation while protecting motor vehicle safety and the economic vitality of the auto industry. The agency is particularly interested in improvements to the structure of the CAFE program authorized under current statutory authority. The focus of this document is to solicit comments on the structure of the CAFE program, not the stringency level for a future CAFE standard.

49 CFR Part 591

Importation of Commercial Motor Vehicles

This document proposes to add a definition of the term "import" to our regulation on the importation of motor vehicles.

49 CFR Part 571

Definition of Multifunction School Activity Bus

49 CFR Part 213

Child Restraint Anchorage Systems

49 CFR Part 576

Recordkeeping and Record Retention

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

Tire Safety Information

49 CFR Part 538

Automobile Fuel Economy Manufacturing Incentives for Alternative Fueled Vehicles

This final rule extends the incentive created by the Alternative Motor Fuels Act of 1988 (AMFA) to encourage the continued production of motor vehicles capable of operating on alternative fuels for four additional model years covering model years (MY) 2005 to MY 2008. Under the special procedures for calculating the fuel economy of those vehicles contained in AMFA, alternative and dual fueled vehicles are assigned a higher fuel economy value for CAFE purposes, which can result in manufacturers earning credits for their fleets. The final rule limits the maximum amount of credit that may be applied to any manufacturers' fleet to 0.9 mpg per fleet during MY 2005 - MY 2008.

49 CFR Part 575

Consumer Information; New Car Assessment Program; Rollover Resistance

49 CFR Part 571

Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards: Low Speed Vehicles
Consumer Information; Program for Child Restraint Systems

49 CFR Part 565 Vehicle Identification Number Requirements

49 CFR Part 139

New Pneumatic Tires for Light Vehicles

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