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.
|FMVSS Number Sort descending||Part||Subject||Actions|
|49 CFR Parts 571||Child Restraint System - Anton's Law - FY 2005
This document responds to Section 4(b) and Section 3(b)(2) of Anton’s Law, which directed NHTSA to initiate rulemaking on child restraint system safety, with a specific focus on booster seats and restraints for children who weigh more than 50 pounds (lb). After the enactment of Anton’s Law, this agency increased the applicability of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 213, Child restraint systems, from restraints recommended for children up to 50 lb to restraints recommended for children up to 65 lb. Today’s document proposes a further expansion, to restraints recommended for children up to 80 lb. It also proposes to require booster seats and other restraints to meet performance criteria when tested with a crash test dummy representative of a 10-year-old child. Section 4(a) and all other provisions of Section 3 were addressed in rulemaking documents issued previously by NHTSA.
|Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Child Restraint Systems|
|49 CFR Part 575||Consumer Information Regulations; Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Rollover Resistance
|Response to Comments, Notice of Final Decision|
|49 CFR Parts 571 and 585||FMVSS-Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems;Controls and Displays
|Final Rule - Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems; Controls and Displays|
|49 CFR Part 512||TREAD: Confidential Business Information
|49 CFR Parts 523, 533 and 537||Light Truck Average Fuel Economy Standards, Model Years 2008-2011
This final rule reforms the structure of the corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) program for light trucks and establishes higher CAFE standards for model year (MY) 2008-2011 light trucks. Reforming the CAFE program will enable it to achieve larger fuel savings, while enhancing safety and preventing adverse economic consequences.
|Final rule: Average Fuel Economy Standards for Light Trucks , Final Environmental Assessment: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Standards, Final Regulatory Impact Analysis: Corporate Average Fuel Economy and CAFE Reform for MY 2008-2011 Light Trucks|
|49 CFR Part 571||Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Rearview Mirrors
In response to a petition for rulemaking, this document proposes to require straight trucks with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of between 4,536 kilograms (10,000 pounds) and 11,793 kilograms (26,000 pounds) to be equipped with a rear object detection system.
|Notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM)|
|49 CFR Part 571||Child Restraint Systems
|49 CFR Part 571, 572, 589||Head Impact Protection
|Final Rule; Response to Petitions for Reconsideration.|
|49 CFR Parts 571 and 585||FMVSS-Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems
|Final Rule; response to petitions for reconsideration: Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems|
|49 CFR Part 571||Head Restraints
|Final Rule: Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Head Restraints Notice of proposed rulemaking|
|49 CFR Parts 523, 531, 534, 536, 537||Average Fuel Economy Standards, Passenger Cars and Light Trucks, Model Years 2011-2015
Proposes substantial increases in the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for passenger cars and light trucks that would enhance energy security by improving fuel economy. Since the carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted from the tailpipes of new motor vehicles is the natural by-product of the combustion of fuel, the increased standards would also address climate change by reducing tailpipe emissions of CO2. Those emissions represent 97 percent of the total greenhouse gas emissions from motor vehicles. Implementation of the new standards would dramatically add to the billions of barrels of fuel already saved since the beginning of the CAFE program in 1975.
|Supplemental Notice of Public Scoping for an Environmental Impact Statement for New Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards, Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Appendix C, Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Appendix B - Air Quality and Climate Modeling Data, Request for Product Plan Information: Passenger Car Average Fuel Economy Standards--Model Years 2008-2020 and Light Truck Average Fuel Economy Standards--Model Years 2008-2020, Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Appendix A: Sources Identified in Scoping Comments, Draft Environmental Impact Statement: Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards, Passenger Cars and Light Trucks, Model Years 2011-2015 , Preliminary Regulatory Impact Analysis: Corporate Average Fuel Economy for MY 2011-2015 Passenger Cars and Light Trucks, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM): Average Fuel Economy Standards Passenger Cars and Light Trucks|
|49 CFR Parts 541, 542, 543||Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard
|Final Rule; Response to petitions for reconsiderations: Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard, Final Rule: Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard|
|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.
|Final Economic Assessment|
|49 CFR Part 571||Occupant Crash Protection
|Final Rule, Final Rule, Notice of proposed rulemaking , Request for comments|
|49 CFR Part 571||Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems; Controls and Displays
|Final Rule: Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems; Controls and DisplaysNotice of Proposed Rulemaking|