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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This document grants the petition for rulemaking submitted by the Truck Safety Coalition, the Center for Auto Safety, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, and Road Safe America on February 19,to establish a safety standard to require automatic forward collision avoidance and mitigation systems on certain heavy vehicles. This final rule is effective on November 9, Additionally, this final rule increases a manufacturer’s design flexibility while providing opportunity to decrease cost without compromising safety.
Summary This document denies a petition for rulemaking submitted by Mr. Striker is a device with which the latch engages to maintain the door in the fully latched or secondary latched position.
Implementation of the new standard will enable vehicle manufacturers to develop safety applications that employ V2V communications as an input, two of which are estimated to prevent hundreds of thousands of crashes and prevent over one thousand fatalities annually. These requirements and the associated test procedures would identify those helmets whose physical characteristics indicate that they likely cannot meet the existing performance requirements of the standard.
NHTSA also proposes to stzndard the protrusions of emergency exit latches into emergency exit openings of windows to ensure they do not unduly hinder emergency egress.
This standard applies to passenger cars, multipurpose passenger vehiclesand trucks, and buses with a gross vehicle weight rating GVWR of 4, kg or less. You should submit comments early enough to ensure that Docket Management receives them not later than March 24, Auxiliary Door Latch System consists of door latches and strikers other than those associated with the primary door latch system. The Agencies have also received a letter opposing any extension of the comment period.
These comments will aid the Agency in setting research priorities as well as inform its subsequent actions to lay a path for innovative vehicle designs and technologies that feature ADSs. Thompson requested we revise the activation process for red and amber signal warning lamps on school buses to require a new intermediate step during which both colors are activated simultaneously and flash in an alternating pattern and that we decouple the process by which lamps transition to the red-only configuration from the opening of the bus entrance door.
You should submit your comments early enough to ensure that the docket receives them not later than September 21, NHTSA seeks comments on the economic impact of its regulations on small entities. Summary This document denies a petition for rulemaking, submitted by Ms.
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Orient the door subsystem s on the acceleration device in the direction of a rear impact. We propose to permit optional early compliance with the amended requirements.
Fork-bolt is the part of the latch that engages and retains the striker when in a latched position.
Orient the door subsystem s on the acceleration device in the direction opposite to that described in fmves 2 ii C of this paragraph. NHTSA also seeks comments on the research that would be needed to determine how to amend the FMVSS in order to remove such barriers, while retaining those existing safety requirements that will be needed and appropriate for those vehicles.
Trunk Lid is a movable body panel that provides access from outside the vehicle to a space wholly partitioned from the occupant compartment by a permanently attached partition or fixed or fold-down seat back.
The compliance date for the amendments in this final rule is September 27, This document is the result of the agency’s assessment of other actions that could be taken to increase further the percentage of motorcyclists who wear helmets that comply with the helmet standard. Each primary door latch system and auxiliary door latch system shall meet either the f,vss requirements specified in paragraphs a and fmvsa of S4.
C Ensure that the door latch is in the fully-latched position, that the door is unlocked doors may be tethered to avoid damaging the recording equipmentand that any windows, if provided, are closed. 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.
Fmvsa is a device employed to maintain the door in a closed position relative to the vehicle body with provisions for deliberate release or operation.
This final rule is a deregulatory action. Align the direction of engagement parallel to the linkage of the fixture. For test purposes, the load is to be applied equidistant between the linear center of the engaged standarrd of the hinge pin and standarr the centerline of the hinge pin in the longitudinal vehicle direction. The compliance date is September 1,with full phase in by September 1, The incorporation by reference of certain publications listed in the standard is approved by the Director of the Federal Register as of February 13, NHTSA will determine whether to issue a rule in the course of the rulemaking proceeding, in accordance with standarr criteria.
Without a mandate to require and standardize V2V communications, the agency believes that manufacturers will not be able to move forward in an efficient way and that a critical mass of equipped vehicles would take standwrd years to develop, if ever. This rule is effective February 13, NHTSA will publish a stanndard of helmets that have complied with the alternative compliance process and can therefore be certified by their manufacturers.
Standardd the door subsystem s on the acceleration device in the direction of a driver -side impact. This standard specifies requirements for vehicle door locks and door retention components, including latches, hinges, and other supporting means, to minimize the likelihood of stabdard being ejected from a vehicle as a result of impact.
Door Latch System consists of latches and strikers installed on a door system. Door Hinge System is one or more hinges used to support a door.
The effective date of this final rule is September 26, Global Automakers petitioned the agency for reconsideration, seeking to correct what it believes is an error in formula for determining the number of designated seating positions in longer seating positions. Annex ll specifies requirements for door locks and door retention components including latches, hinges and other supporting means, to minimize the lilelihood of occupants being thrown from the vehicle as a result of impact.
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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For alignment purposes, each plate is attached to the application device in a manner that allows for rotation about the vehicle’s y-axis. Orient the vehicle so that its transverse axis is aligned with the axis of the acceleration device, simulating a side impact in the direction opposite to that described in b 1 ii C of this paragraph.
Petitions for reconsideration must be received not later than November 10, Fork-bolt Opening Direction is the direction opposite to that in which the striker enters the latch to engage the fork-bolt.