S1. Scope and Purpose. This standard specifies requirements for vehicle door locks and door retention components, including latches, hinges, and other. COMPARISON BETWEEN FMVSS No. and ECE R DOOR. COMPONENT . U.S. – FMVSS Differences in ECE R Comments. A. Application. 1. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration FMVSS Door locks and door retention components.

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The section you are viewing is cited by the following CFR sections. The effective date of this rule is August 24, stanfard Check-in through security will begin at 9 a.

Mount the fixture with latch and striker in the fully latched position in the test machine so as to apply a load perpendicular to the face of the latch. NHTSA also proposes to limit the protrusions of emergency exit latches into emergency exit openings of windows to ensure they do not unduly hinder emergency egress.

NHTSA is still evaluating the Petitioners’ request to improve side guards and front override guards and will issue a separate decision on those aspects of the petition at a later date.

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Each sliding door system shall be equipped with either:. Petitions for reconsideration of this final rule must be received not later than January 30, Full compliance is required on September 1, Side Front Door is a door that, in a side view, has 50 percent or more of its opening area forward of the rearmost point on the driver ‘s seat back, when the seat back is adjusted to its most vertical and rearward position.

We propose that the compliance date for the amendments in this rulemaking action would be three years following the date of publication of the final rule in the Federal Register. The load is to be applied equidistant between the linear center of the engaged portions of the hinge pins and through the centerline of the hinge pin in the transverse vehicle direction see Figure 8.

Fourth, with respect to the granting of exemptions to enable companies to participate in such a program, the Agency seeks comments on the nature of the safety and any other analyses that it should perform in assessing the merits of individual exemption petitions and on the types of terms and conditions it should consider attaching to exemptions to protect public safety and facilitate the Agency’s monitoring and learning from the testing and deployment, while preserving the freedom to innovate.

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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. As technology evolves and in anticipation of requests to test and further develop high and full ADS, including those in vehicles without traditional controls necessary for a human driver, NHTSA is issuing this ANPRM to obtain public comments on the factors and structure that are appropriate for the Agency to consider in designing a national pilot program that will enable it to facilitate, monitor and learn from the testing and development of the emerging advanced vehicle safety technologies and to assure the safety of those activities.

This final rule is effective September 27, The original comment period closed September 21, This NPRM proposes to upgrade the Federal motor vehicle safety standards that address rear underride protection in crashes into trailers and semitrailers.

The agency agrees that the change was inadvertent and is issuing this final rule to correct this mistake. Additionally, consumers can purchase their own tool and locate it in the vehicle where they would fmvsss likely to access it in an emergency.

Upon certification a manufacturer may not thereafter alter the designation of a primary latch.

stxndard Today’s ANPRM requests comment on Staneard estimated cost and benefits of requirements for underride guards on single unit trucks, and for retroreflective material on the rear and sides of the vehicles to improve the conspicuity of the vehicles to other motorists.

The impactor and impact speed would simulate the loading from an average size unrestrained adult male impacting a window on the opposite side of a large bus in a rollover. The requirements apply to all side and back doors, that lead directly into a compartment that contains one or more seating accommodations and the associated door components, except for those on folding doors, roll-up doors, detachable doors, bus doors used only for emergency egress purposes and labeled accordingly and on bus doors to accommodate a permanently attached wheelchair lift system that when the device is in the retracted position, the lift platform retracts to a vertical orientation parallel to and in close proximity with the interior surface of the lift door and in that position, the platform completely covers the doorway opening, has fixed attachments to the vehicle and provides a barricade to the doorway.

Each primary door latch system and auxiliary door latch system shall meet either the dynamic requirements specified in paragraphs a and b of S4. This notification announces the docketing and availability of this research.

NHTSA seeks comment on the research report, and solicits additional information, data, and analysis that will aid the agency in developing an effective proposal to require new light vehicles to be V2V-capable. Requires locking systems and specifies load requirements for door latches and door hinge systems to minimize the probability of occupants being thrown from the vehicle as a result of forces encountered in vehicle impact.


Summary This document denies a rulemaking petition submitted by Mr. Orient the vehicle so that its transverse axis is aligned with the axis of the acceleration device, simulating a driver -side impact.

Based on the agencies’ review of the available data, limiting the speed of these heavy vehicles would reduce the severity of crashes involving these vehicles and reduce the resulting fatalities and injuries. The bus wheelchair lift door must be linked to an alarm system consisting of either a flashing visible signal located in the driver ‘s compartment or an alarm audible to the driver that is activated when the door is not fully closed and the vehicle ignition is activated.

Each door latch system certified as meeting the requirements of S4. Failure consists of a separation of either hinge.

49 CFR 571.206 – Standard No. 206; Door locks and door retention components.

B Mount the test fixture to the staandard device, and install the equipment used to record door opening. NHTSA is denying this petition primarily because the requested force level reduction may set strength levels below an acceptable level for a dynamic environment.

The compliance date is September 1,with full phase in by September 1, Mount the fixture with latch and striker in the secondary latched position in the test machine so as to apply a load in the direction of latch opening.

Secondary Latched Position refers to the coupling condition of the latch that retains the door in a partially closed position. Summary To reduce the risk of pedestrian crashes, especially for the blind and visually-impaired, and to satisfy the mandate in the Pedestrian Standare Enhancement Act PSEA of this final fmvss establishes a new Federal motor vehicle safety standard FMVSS setting minimum sound requirements for hybrid and electric vehicles.

The performance requirements would also ensure that seats and overhead luggage racks remain secured and window glazing attached to its mounting during and after a rollover crash, and would ensure that emergency exits remain closed during the rollover crash and operable after the crash.

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