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. (a) is designed to travel on three wheels in contact with the ground, (b) has no more than four designated seating positions, and, (c) has a GVWR of 1 000 kg or less; (véhicule à trois roues), throttle means the component of the fuel metering device that, (a) connects to the driver-operated accelerator control system, and, (b) controls the engine speed; (papillon des gaz), torso line means the line connecting the H-point and the shoulder reference point, described in SAE Standard J826, Devices for Use in Defining and Measuring Vehicle Seating Accommodation (July 1995); (ligne de torse), trailer means a vehicle designed to carry or accommodate persons or property and to be drawn behind another vehicle, and includes a bus trailer, pole trailer and cable reel trailer, but does not include earth-moving equipment or a mobile home, trailer converter dolly or implement of farm husbandry; (remorque), trailer converter dolly means a conversion chassis that is equipped with one or more axles, the lower half of a fifth-wheel coupling and one or two drawbars; (chariot de conversion), transit bus means a bus that is specially designed with space for standing passengers and that is equipped with a stop-request system; (autobus urbain), transparent cover[Repealed, SOR/96-366, s. 1], truck means a vehicle designed primarily for the transportation of property or special-purpose equipment, but does not include a competition vehicle, crawler-mounted vehicle, three-wheeled vehicle, trailer, work vehicle, vehicle designed for operation exclusively off-road or low-speed vehicle; (camion), truck tractor means a truck designed primarily for drawing other vehicles and not constructed for carrying any load other than a part of the weight of the vehicle and load drawn, and includes a vehicle designed to accept a fifth-wheel coupling but does not include a crane-equipped breakdown vehicle; (camion-tracteur), type 1 headlamp[Repealed, SOR/91-692, s. 1], Type 1 seat belt assembly means a pelvic restraint; (ceinture de sécurité de type 1), type 2 headlamp[Repealed, SOR/91-692, s. 1], Type 2 seat belt assembly means a combination pelvic and upper torso restraint; (ceinture de sécurité de type 2), Type 2A shoulder belt[Repealed, SOR/2013-9, s. 1], unit magnification mirror means a plane or flat mirror with a reflective surface through which the angular height and width of the image of an object is equal to the angular height and width of the object when viewed directly at the same distance except for flaws that do not exceed normal manufacturing tolerances and includes a prismatic day-night adjustment rearview mirror that provides unit magnification in one of its positions; (miroir plan), unleaded gasoline means gasoline that contains not more than, (b) 0.006 grams of phosphorous per Imperial gallon (0.0013 grams per litre); (essence sans plomb), unloaded vehicle mass means the mass of a vehicle equipped with the containers for the fluids necessary for the operation of the vehicle filled to their maximum capacity but without cargo or occupants; (masse du véhicule sans charge), unloaded vehicle weight means the weight of a vehicle equipped with the containers for the fluids necessary for the operation of the vehicle filled to their maximum capacity, but without cargo or occupants; (poids du véhicule sans charge), upper beam means a beam that is intended primarily for distance illumination ahead of a vehicle when the vehicle is not meeting or closely following another vehicle; (faisceau de route), upper torso restraint means a portion of a seat belt assembly intended to restrain movement of the chest and shoulder regions; (ceinture-baudrier), user-ready tether anchorage means a device that transfers the tether strap load from a restraint system or booster seat and its occupant to the vehicle structure or a vehicle seat structure and that is designed to accept a tether strap hook directly, without requiring the installation of any other device; (ancrage d’attache prêt à utiliser), vacuum tubing connector[Repealed, SOR/2007-180, s. 1], variable brake proportioning system means a system that has one or more proportioning devices that automatically change the brake pressure ratio between any two or more wheels to compensate for changes in wheel loading resulting from static load changes or dynamic weight transfer, or from deceleration; (compensateur de freinage), variable proportioning brake system[Repealed, SOR/97-200, s. 1], vehicle capacity mass[Repealed, SOR/2008-258, s. 1], (a) the volume of fuel left at the bottom of the tank when the fuel pump of the vehicle can no longer draw fuel from the tank. These regulations allow us to fulfill our mission to prevent and reduce vehicle crashes. motor home means a multi-purpose passenger vehicle that is designed to provide temporary residential accommodations, as evidenced by the presence of at least four of the following: (d) a heating or air-conditioning system that can function independently of the vehicle engine, (e) a potable water supply system that includes a faucet and sink, and, (f) a separate 110- to 125-V electric power supply or an LP gas supply; (autocaravane), motor tricycle means a motorcycle, other than an antique reproduction vehicle, that. FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS Subpart B. National Highway Traffic at Indigo.ca, Canada's largest bookstore. Section 4(a) and all other provisions of Section 3 were addressed in rulemaking documents issued previously by NHTSA. Editorial Note: Nomenclature changes to part 571 appear at 69 FR 18803, Apr. The department is responsible for administering certain federal acts and regulations. 205, Glazing Materials (49 CFR 571.205). Among them FMVSS 131, FMVSS 220, FMVSS 221 and FMVSS 222. Those emissions represent 97 percent of the total greenhouse gas emissions from motor 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. 213, Child restraint systems, from restraints recommended for children up to 50 lb to restraints recommended for children up to 65 lb. Buy the Paperback Book Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and Regulations, With Amendments and Interpretations: Supple... by United States. Below is a list of parts, identified by the part number and subject. These Regulations are the Motor Vehicle Standards Regulations 1989. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Section 571.108. implement laws from Congress. The Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations also apply to companies that modify or add equipment to make specialty vehicles. (a) sensing the rate of angular rotation of the wheels, (b) transmitting signals regarding the rate of wheel angular rotation to one or more controlling devices that interpret those signals and generate responsive controlling output signals, and, (c) transmitting those controlling signals to one or more modulators that adjust brake actuating forces in response to those signals; (dispositif de frein antiblocageouABS ), antilock system[Repealed, SOR/97-200, s. 1], antique reproduction vehicle means a vehicle that is designed to be a scaled reproduction of an antique vehicle and. (2) In these Regulations, if a document that is available in both official languages is incorporated by reference as amended from time to time, an amendment to one language version of that document is not incorporated until the corresponding amendment is made to the other language version. (d) has one or more electric motors that have, singly or in combination, the following characteristics: (i) it has a total continuous power output rating, measured at the shaft of each motor, of 500 W or less. Amends the FMVSS on air brake systems to improve the stopping distance performance of truck tractors. These regulations allow us to fulfill Search Regulations | Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 49 CFR Parts 300-399 This section of the website provides the ability to find regulations information including regulations parts, content of sections, and interpretations for regulations sections. (b) has X, Y and Z coordinates, as defined in section 3.3 of SAE Recommended Practice J1100, Motor Vehicle Dimensions (February 2001), established relative to the designed vehicle structure, (c) simulates the position of the pivot centre of the human torso and thigh, and, (d) is the reference point employed to position the H-Point template with the 95th percentile leg, as described in section 4.1 of SAE Standard J826, Devices for Use in Defining and Measuring Vehicle Seating Accommodation (July 1995), or, if that template cannot be positioned, the reference point when the seat is in its rearmost adjustment position; (point de référence de position assise), seating surface width means the maximum width of a seating surface when it is measured in a zone extending from a transverse vertical plane that is 150 mm behind the front leading surface of that seating surface to a transverse vertical plane that is 250 mm behind that front leading surface, measured horizontally and longitudinally; (largeur de la surface de siège), seat orientation reference line (SORL)[Repealed, SOR/2013-117, s. 1], semi-trailer means a trailer constructed in such a manner that a substantial part of its weight rests upon or is carried by another vehicle by means of a fifth-wheel or similar coupling, but does not include a pole trailer, or any trailer designed to be drawn behind a passenger car or multi-purpose passenger vehicle; (semi-remorque), series means the name that a manufacturer applies to a subdivision of a line denoting the price, size or weight identification and that is utilized by the manufacturer for marketing purposes; (série), service brake means the primary mechanism designed to stop a vehicle; (frein de service), shoulder reference point means the point 563 mm above the H-point along the torso line; (point de référence de l’épaule), snowmobile means a vehicle — excluding a competition vehicle but including a snowmobile conversion vehicle — that has a mass of not more than 450 kg, is designed primarily for travel on snow, has one or more steering skis and is driven by means of an endless belt or belts in contact with the ground; (motoneige), snowmobile conversion vehicle means a vehicle designed to be capable of conversion to a snowmobile by the repositioning or addition of parts; (véhicule convertible en motoneige), snowmobile cutter[Repealed, SOR/2016-318, s. 1], snowmobile trailer means a trailer designed primarily for the transportation of snowmobiles; (remorque pour motoneige), snub means the braking deceleration of a vehicle from a higher reference speed to a lower reference speed that is greater than zero; (ralentissement), special driver accommodation includes a driver’s seat that is designed to be removable or that has extended adjustment capability to allow a person to transfer from a wheelchair to the driver’s seat; (place du conducteur particulière), speed attainable in 1.6 km (1 mile) means the speed attainable by accelerating at maximum rate from a standing start for 1.6 km on a level surface; (vitesse à 1,6 km (1 mille)), speed attainable in 3.2 km (2 miles) means the speed attainable by accelerating at maximum rate from a standing start for 3.2 km on a level surface; (vitesse à 3,2 km (2 milles)), spike stop means a stop resulting from the application of 889.6 N (200 pounds) of force on the service brake control in 0.08 second; (arrêt d’urgence), split service brake system means a brake system consisting of two or more subsystems actuated by a single control, designed so that a single failure in any subsystem (such as a leakage-type failure of a pressure component of a hydraulic subsystem, except for the structural failure of a housing that is common to two or more subsystems, or an electrical failure in an electrical subsystem) does not impair the operation of any other subsystem; (système de frein de service partagé), spoke wheel means a rotating member that provides for mounting and support of demountable rims; (roue à rayons), steering column means the structural housing that surrounds a steering shaft; (colonne de direction), steering control system means the basic steering mechanism and its associated trim hardware including any portion of a steering column assembly that provides energy absorption upon impact; (système de commande de la direction), steering shaft means a component that transmits steering torque from the steering wheel to the steering gear; (arbre de direction), stopping distance means the distance travelled by a vehicle from the point at which force is applied to the brake control to the point at which the vehicle reaches a full stop; (distance d’arrêt), strap means a narrow band of non-woven material used in a seat belt assembly in place of webbing; (courroie), suspension spring means a leaf, coil, torsion bar, rubber, air bag, and every other type of spring used in vehicular suspensions; (ressort de suspension), tell-tale means an optical signal that, when alight, indicates the activation or deactivation of a device, its correct or defective functioning or condition, or its failure to function; (témoin), tether belt hook[Repealed, SOR/98-457, s. 1], tether strap means a device that is fitted with a tether strap hook and secured to the rigid structure of a restraint system or booster seat, and that transfers the load from the restraint system or booster seat and its occupant to the user-ready tether anchorage; (courroie d’attache), tether strap hook means a device that is used to attach a tether strap to a user-ready tether anchorage and that has an interface profile shown in Figure 1 of Schedule 7 to the Motor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations or, in the case of a device with integrated adjustment hardware, in Figure 2 of Schedule 7 to those Regulations; (crochet de la courroie d’attache), three-wheeled vehicle means a vehicle, other than a competition vehicle, antique reproduction vehicle, motorcycle, restricted-use motorcycle or trailer, that. ; United States. 322, 30111, 30115, 30117, and 30166; delegation of authority at 49 CFR 1.95. 2 Commencement ... being conditions relating to safety or emissions or to the placing of an identification plate on the vehicle. 108; Lamps, reflective devices, and associated equipment. Of the 37, several were written specifically for the yellow school bus. Listed here are summary descriptions of the standards that apply to school buses. (f) has one of the following safety features, (i) an enabling mechanism to turn the electric motor on and off that is separate from the accelerator controller and fitted in such a manner that it is operable by the driver, or, (ii) a mechanism that prevents the motor from being engaged before the bicycle attains a speed of 3 km/h; (bicyclette assistée), power-operated roof panel[Repealed, SOR/2007-180, s. 1], power-operated roof panel system means a panel or panels in the roof of a vehicle that move on slides or hinges, the opening or closing of which is operated by a power source within the vehicle, but does not include a convertible top system; (système de toit ouvrant à commande électrique), prescribed class[Repealed, SOR/2020-22, s. 3], prime glazing material manufacturer[Repealed, SOR/2002-187, s. 1], prison bus means a bus that is specially designed for the purpose of transporting inmates; (autobus pénitentiaire), production options mass[Repealed, SOR/2008-258, s. 1], production restraint system for disabled persons[Repealed, SOR/98-160, s. 1], pulpwood trailer[Repealed, SOR/99-357, s. 1], push-out window means a vehicle window designed to open outward to provide for emergency egress; (fenêtre basculante), readily removable window means a window that can be quickly and completely removed from a vehicle without tools and, in the case of a bus having a GVWR of more than 4 535.9 kg (10,000 pounds), shall include a push-out window and a window mounted in an emergency exit that can be manually pushed out of its location in the vehicle without the use of tools, regardless of whether the window remains hinged at one side to the vehicle; (fenêtre amovible), rear outboard designated seating position means any outboard designated seating position that is to the rear of a front outboard designated seating position, but does not include a designated seating position adjacent to a walkway located between the seat and the side of the vehicle interior that is designed to allow access to more rearward seating positions; (place assise désignée extérieure arrière), recreational trailer means a trailer designed to provide temporary living accommodation for travel, vacation or recreational use; (remorque de camping), reflex reflector means a device on a vehicle that is intended to indicate the position and dimensions of the vehicle to the driver of an approaching vehicle using light reflected from the lamps of the approaching vehicle; (cataphote), replaceable bulb headlamp[Repealed, SOR/96-366, s. 1], restraint system has the same meaning as in subsection 100(1) of the Motor Vehicle Restraint Systems and Booster Seats Safety Regulations; (ensemble de retenue), restraint system for disabled persons[Repealed, SOR/98-160, s. 1], restricted-use motorcycle means a vehicle — excluding a power-assisted bicycle and a competition vehicle but including an all-terrain vehicle designed primarily for recreational use — that, (b) is designed to travel on not more than four wheels in contact with the ground, and, (c) does not have as an integral part of the vehicle a structure to enclose the driver and passenger, other than that part of the vehicle forward of the driver’s torso and the seat backrest; (motocyclette à usage restreint), retractor means a device for storing part or all of the webbing in a seat belt assembly; (rétracteur), rim diameter means the nominal diameter of the bead seat; (diamètre de jante), rim size designation[Repealed, SOR/2008-258, s. 1], rim type designation[Repealed, SOR/2008-258, s. 1], SAE means the Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc. (SAE International); (SAE), SAE Compatibility Fluid[Repealed, SOR/2007-180, s. 1], school bus means a bus designed or equipped primarily to carry students to and from school or to and from school-related events; (autobus scolaire), sealed beam headlamp[Repealed, SOR/2018-43, s. 1], seat anchorage means any component that transfers a vehicle seat load to the vehicle structure; (ancrage du siège), seat back retainer[Repealed, SOR/2007-180, s. 1], seat belt anchorage means any component of a vehicle, other than the webbing or straps, involved in transferring seat belt loads to the vehicle structure, including the attachment hardware, seat frames, seat pedestals, the vehicle structure and any part of the vehicle whose failure causes separation of the belt from the vehicle structure; (ancrage de ceinture de sécurité), seat belt assembly means any strap, webbing or similar device designed to secure a person in a vehicle in order to mitigate the results of any accident, and includes all necessary buckles and other fasteners and all attachment hardware but does not include any strap, webbing or similar device that is part of a built-in restraint system; (ceinture de sécurité), seating reference point means the unique Design H-Point, as defined in section 3.11.1 of SAE Recommended Practice J1100, Motor Vehicle Dimensions (February 2001), that. FMVSS No. 121, Air Brake Systems; (chariot de répartition de charge), load-limiter means a seat belt assembly component or seat belt assembly feature that controls tension on a seat belt to modulate the forces that are imparted to an occupant who is restrained by the seat belt assembly during a collision; (limiteur de charge), lower beam means a beam that is intended to illuminate the road and its environs ahead of a vehicle when the vehicle is meeting or closely following another vehicle; (faisceau de croisement), lower connector system[Repealed, SOR/2013-117, s. 1], lower universal anchorage system means a device, other than a vehicle seat belt, that is designed to secure the lower portion of a restraint system or booster seat to a vehicle and that transfers the load from the restraint system or booster seat and its occupant to the vehicle structure or a vehicle seat structure; (dispositif universel d’ancrages d’attaches inférieurs), low-speed vehicle means a vehicle, other than a restricted-use motorcycle, that. (c) is capable of being propelled by muscular power. Facebook Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS): There are a number of Federal car safety standards issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to implement laws from Congress that also come into play in the aftermarket repair and replacement of auto glass. NHTSA Research Related to ADB V. SAE J3069 VI. 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). (b) is designed to travel on two wheels in contact with the ground, (c) has a minimum driver’s seat height, when the vehicle is unladen, of 650 mm, and, (d) has a structure partially or fully enclosing the driver and passenger that is an integral part of the vehicle chassis; (motocyclette à habitacle fermé), engine coolant temperature indicator means a device that presents information concerning the temperature of the coolant; (indicateur de température du liquide de refroidissement), engine coolant temperature tell-tale means a signal that, when alight, indicates that the temperature of the engine coolant is above the normal engine running temperature prescribed by the manufacturer; (témoin de température du liquide de refroidissement), engine type means a power source distinguished by the fuel utilized, number of cylinders, displacement, net power or other characteristics; (type de moteur), final-stage manufacturer means a company that performs the manufacturing operations on an incomplete vehicle that turn the incomplete vehicle into a completed vehicle; (fabricant à l’étape finale), fixed collision barrier means a device that, (i) a structure with a flat, vertical, unyielding impact surface that is of a size sufficient to ensure that no portion of a vehicle striking the surface projects or passes beyond the surface, and, (ii) a horizontal approach surface that does not impede vehicle motion during impact and that is of a size sufficient to ensure that a vehicle will be able to attain a stable attitude during its approach to the impact surface, and, (b) does not absorb any significant portion of the kinetic energy of a vehicle striking the impact surface; (barrière fixe pour essais de collision), flash means a cycle of automatic activation and deactivation of a lamp that continues until stopped either automatically or manually; (clignotement), forward control configuration means a configuration in which more than half of the engine length is rearward of the foremost point of the windshield base and the steering wheel hub is in the forward quarter of the vehicle length; (type à cabine avancée), free length[Repealed, SOR/2007-180, s. 1], front outboard designated seating position means the driver’s designated seating position and the forwardmost right outboard designated seating position, but does not include a school bus passenger designated seating position; (place assise désignée extérieure avant), fuel container means one or more fuel containers with integral valving, pressure relief devices, tubing, hoses and mounting brackets; (réservoir de carburant), fuel level indicator means a device that presents information concerning the amount of fuel in the tank; (indicateur de niveau de carburant), fuel level tell-tale means a signal that, when alight, indicates that the fuel level is close to zero or that the vehicle is running on its fuel reserve; (témoin de niveau de carburant), fuel metering device means the carburetor, fuel injector, fuel distributor or fuel injection pump; (dispositif de dosage du carburant), fuel spillage means the fall, flow or run of fuel from a vehicle but does not include wetness resulting from capillary action; (écoulement de carburant), fuel system means all components used to store fuel or supply fuel to a vehicle engine; (circuit d’alimentation en carburant), full trailer, for the purposes of Technical Standards Document No. (iv) it is incapable of providing further assistance when the bicycle attains a speed of 32 km/h on level ground, (e) bears a label that is permanently affixed by the manufacturer and appears in a conspicuous location stating, in both official languages, that the vehicle is a power-assisted bicycle as defined in this subsection, and. 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