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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 571, 572, 589 Head Impact Protection

49 CFR Part 571, 572, 589 Head Impact Protection

49 CFR Part 571 Head Impact Protection

49 CFR Part 571 Head Restraints

49 CFR Part 571 Head Restraints

202 Head Restraints for Passenger Vehicles

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.

403, 404 571 Interpretations

108 49 CFR Part 571 Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated Equipment

Issues related to glare produced by lamps mounted on the fronts of vehicles

108 49 CFR Part 571 Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated Equipment

Issues related to glare produced by lamps mounted on the fronts of vehicles

49 CFR Part 533 Light Truck Average Fuel Economy Standards, Model Years 2005-2007

This final rule established the average fuel economy standards for light trucks that will be manufactured in the 2005-2007 model years (MYs). Chapter 329 of Title 49 of the United States Code requires the issuance of these standards. The standards for all light trucks manufactured by a manufacturer is set at 21.0 mpg for MY 2005, 21.6 mpg for MY 2006, and 22.2 mpg for MY 2007. This rule is effective May 5, 2003.

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.

214 595 Make Inoperative Exemptions

108, 226 595 Make Inoperative Exemptions; Vehicle Modifications To Accommodate People With Disabilities; Ejection Mitigation

208 49 CFR Part 571 Monitoring the Performance of Advanced Air Bags and Developing Data for Potential Future Air Bag Rulemakings

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