Rulemaking Comments – NHTSA

Center Calls on NHTSA to Require Longer Record Keeping of Safety Defect Information by Manufacturers

For decades the Center for Auto Safety has argued current requirements which require manufacturers only retain records related to safety defects for five years is woefully inadequate and outdated. NHTSA has proposed to extend the record retention period for 10 years – the minimum required by Congress. What’s more, even …

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Center for Auto Safety Statement Regarding NHTSA Oversight Hearings on June 19 and 20

For Immediate Release June 19, 2019 Contact: Jason Levine, jlevine@autosafety.org or 202-328-7700 Center for Auto Safety Statement Regarding NHTSA Oversight Hearings on June 19 and 20 Senate and House Committees Call Deputy Administrator King to Testify The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recently announced that pedestrian, bicyclist, and truck …

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Center for Auto Safety Urges Senate Committee to Reject Heidi King as NHTSA Administrator

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 2, 2019 Contact: Grace Garver, (202) 328-7700, ggarver@autosafety.org Center for Auto Safety Urges Senate Committee to Reject Heidi King as NHTSA Administrator Center Submits Letter Opposing the Confirmation Before Scheduled Wednesday Vote There are few products that impact as many Americans as automobiles. There is no …

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NHTSA Grants Center for Auto Safety Hyundai/Kia Petition; Goverment Will Investigate Thousands of Non-Crash Fires

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 1, 2019 Contact: Michael Brooks, (202) 328-7700, mbrooks@autosafety.org Statement from Jason Levine, Executive Director, Center for Auto Safety on NHTSA granting the Center’s 2018 petition to investigate Kia and Hyundai vehicle fires: “It is long past time for the full power of the federal government to …

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