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NISTIR 8120,A Guide to United States,Guide to Motor UnitedVehicle States. Imported Motor and Parts,Compliance,Equipment Requirements. NISTIR 8120,Compliance Requirements,A Guide to United States. Imported Motor Lisa Vehicle,Equipment andKaren Parts. Compliance Requirements,This publication is available free of charge from.
http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120,Lisa M Benson. Karen Reczek,Standards Coordination Office,Dakota Consulting. This publication is available free of charge from,Lisa M Benson. http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120,Karen Reczek,This publication is available free of charge from. http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120,A Guide to United States.
Imported Motor Vehicle,Equipment and Parts,Lisa M Benson. Compliance Requirements,Karen Reczek,NISTIR 8120,NISTIR 8120. A Guide to United 8120,Imported MotorNISTIR,Equipment and Parts. Compliance Requirements,Lisa M Benson,Karen Reczek. Standards Coordination Office,Dakota Consulting,This publication is available free of charge from.
http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120,March 2012,Revised August 2016. A Guide to United States,March 2012,Revised August 2016. Imported Motor Vehicle Equipment and Parts,Compliance Requirements March 2012. Revised August 2016,Lisa M Benson,U S Department of 2012. Karen Reczek,Standards August,Coordination 2016,National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Willie May Under Secretary of Commerce for Standards and Technology Consulting. This publication is available free of charge from,http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. Acknowledgements, The lead author for this document Lisa M Benson Dakota Consulting under contract to the. Standards Coordination Office of NIST Additional guidance initial research and review of the. document was provided by the staff of the Standards Coordination Office of NIST including. Mary Donaldson and Karen Reczek Invaluable support was also received from the. knowledgeable experts of the Department of Commerce DOC and the Department of. Transportation DOT who provided input into the document and also conducted a thorough. review From the Department of Commerce Andy Parris and the Department of. Transportation Claudia Covell, This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. TABLE OF CONTENTS,HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE 1,OVERVIEW OF U S FEDERAL REGULATORY FRAMEWORK 1. FEDERAL REGULATORY AUTHORITIES AND TECHNICAL REGULATIONS MANDATORY 2. Customs and Border Protection CBP 2, Country of Origin Marking of Imported Articles and Containers 2.
This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. Department of Transportation DOT 3,Safety Standards 3. Guidance on Best Importer Practices 6,Early Warning Reporting Requirements 6. Pending Regulations of Note 7,Environmental Protection Agency EPA 7. Emissions 7,Toxic Substances Control Act TSCA 7,Federal Trade Commission FTC 8. The FTC Act 8,Fair Packaging Labeling Act 8,Environmental Marketing Claims 8.
OVERVIEW OF U S STATE REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS 9, STATE REGULATORY AUTHORITIES AND TECHNICAL REGULATIONS MANDATORY 9. Packaging and Labeling 10,Toxics in Packaging Legislation 10. State of California 10,Lead and Other Toxic Substances 10. California Air Resources Board CARB 11,State of Illinois 12. OVERVIEW OF THE U S VOLUNTARY STANDARDS FRAMEWORK 13. STANDARDS DEVELOPING ORGANIZATIONS SDOS 13,SAE International 13.
Auto Glass Safety Council AGSC 13,TESTING AND CERTIFICATION BODIES 14. Testing 14,Certification 14, The Certified Automobile Parts Association CAPA 16. NSF International 16, This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. RELEVANT U S GOVERNMENT AGENCIES 17,U S Customs and Border Protection CBP 17. U S Environmental Protection Agency EPA 17,Federal Trade Commission 17.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA 17. U S MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS INDUSTRY AND MARKET DATA 18. Industry Trade Associations 18, Autocare Association formerly Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association AAIA 18. Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association APRA 18. Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association MEMA 19. Specialty Equipment Market Association SEMA 19,Motor Vehicle Parts and Equipment Market Data 19. Department of Commerce International Trade Administration Office of Transportation. and Machinery OTM 19,A Guide to United States,Motor Vehicle and Motor Vehicle Equipment. Compliance Requirements,HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE,Regulations are mandatory. Standards are voluntary unless Incorporated by Reference in a regulation. o Note this exception to the above vocabulary for motor vehicle parts Federal. Motor Vehicle Safety Standards FMVSS are mandatory. This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. Guidelines may be voluntary but are often de facto industry standards. Red text highlights mandatory requirements, Blue text indicates a hyperlink to a website page or document on the web.
This guide addresses only US requirements for imported motor vehicle equipment and parts. OVERVIEW OF U S FEDERAL REGULATORY FRAMEWORK, Once a law has been enacted by Congress the appropriate federal agency e g the Consumer. Product Safety Commission the Federal Trade Commission the National Highway Traffic Safety. Administration et al may create the regulations to implement the law Before such. regulations can be adopted the appropriate federal agency ordinarily will issue a notice of. proposed rulemaking NPRM to solicit public comments on the proposed rules To provide. opportunity for public comment the appropriate federal agency must issue draft regulations or. Proposed Rules that are published in the Federal Register and as a WTO TBT notification The. agency reviews the comments and can then issue a Final Rule that also is published in the. Federal Register and later published annually in the Code of Federal Regulations CFR. Together the enabling acts and laws published in the United States Code USC once passed. and the final regulations published in the CFR provide a framework for the implementation. and enforcement of most federal laws in the United States. FEDERAL REGULATORY AUTHORITIES AND TECHNICAL REGULATIONS MANDATORY. Several U S federal agencies administer regulations associated with motor vehicle parts. Agency Scope, Customs and Border Protection CBP Country of Origin for most imported. Department of Transportation DOT Federal motor vehicle safety standards. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration FMVSS. This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. Environmental Protection Agency EPA Emissions from engines. Federal Trade Commission FTC Packaging labeling and advertising. Customs and Border Protection CBP, Country of Origin Marking of Imported Articles and Containers. Title 19 United States Code Chapter 4 Section 1304. All products imported into the U S must conform to 19 CFR 134 Country of Origin Marking. regulations These regulations require that every article of foreign origin or its container. imported into the U S be marked in a conspicuous place as legibly indelibly and permanently. as the nature of the article or container will permit and in such a manner as to indicate to the. ultimate purchaser in the U S the English name of the country of origin of the article at the. time of importation, Manufacturers of all motor vehicle parts whether or not subject to the FMVSS are required to. comply with the Agent for Service of Process requirements If the information is not on. record the shipments will be held at the Port of Entry pending submission The process for. filing the Agent for Service form begins by accessing NHTSA s Manufacturer Portal. For more detailed information see CBP s, Terminology and Methods for Marking of Country of Origin on U S Imports.
What Every Member of the Trade Community Should Know About Vehicles Parts and. Accessories Under HTSUS,Department of Transportation DOT. Safety Standards, National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA is the U S government agency. responsible for implementing and enforcing the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act. of 1966 as amended 49 U S C Chapter 301 the Vehicle Safety Act and certain other laws. relating to motor vehicle safety Under that authority NHTSA issues and enforces federal. motor vehicle safety standards FMVSS that establish minimum safety performance. requirements for motor vehicles and for 13 items of motor vehicle equipment i e regulated. motor vehicle parts Regulated motor vehicle parts include tires rims brake hoses brake. This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. fluid seat belt assemblies lighting equipment glazing motorcycle helmets child restraints. compressed natural gas containers rear impact guards for trailers platform lift systems for the. mobility impaired and triangular reflective warning devices To be lawfully imported a new or. used regulated motor vehicle part must as originally manufactured conform to the version. of the applicable FMVSS in effect on the date of manufacture and be so certified by its. manufacturer In most instances certification of compliance with the applicable FMVSS for. regulated motor vehicle parts is shown by the symbol DOT either inscribed on the part in a. prescribed location or placed on the outside of the container in which the part is shipped The. full text of each FMVSS for motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment appears in 49 CFR 571. Most of the standards listed below are vehicle standards Compliance with a vehicle standard is. certified by the vehicle manufacturer and not by the manufacturer of the vehicle system or. component that is addressed by the standard Some of the standards establish minimum safety. performance requirements for motor vehicle equipment Those standards are marked in the. list below with an asterisk The manufacturer of equipment that is subject to a standard. must certify the equipment s compliance with the standard. 49 CFR 571 Subpart B, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards FMVSS Indicates Section. Part Standard No Title,571 101 Standard No 101 Controls and displays. 571 102 Standard No 102 Transmission shift position sequence starter. interlock and transmission braking effect, 571 103 Standard No 103 Windshield defrosting and defogging systems.
571 104 Standard No 104 Windshield wiping and washing systems. 571 105 Standard No 105 Hydraulic and electric brake systems. 571 106 Standard No 106 Brake hoses, 571 108 Standard No 108 Lamps reflective devices and associated equipment. 571 109 Standard No 109 New pneumatic and certain specialty tires. Part Standard No Title, 571 110 Standard No 110 Tire selection and rims and motor home recreation. vehicle trailer load carrying capacity information for. motor vehicles with a GVWR of 4 536 kilograms 10 000. pounds or less,571 111 Standard No 111 Rearview mirrors. 571 113 Standard No 113 Hood latch system, 571 114 Standard No 114 Theft protection and rollaway prevention. 571 116 Standard No 116 Motor vehicle brake fluids. 571 117 Standard No 117 Retreaded pneumatic tires, 571 118 Standard No 118 Power operated window partition and roof panel systems.
This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. 571 119 Standard No 119 New pneumatic tires for motor vehicles with a GVWR of. more than 4 536 kilograms 10 000 pounds and,motorcycles. 571 120 Standard No 120 Tire selection and rims and motor home recreation vehicle. trailer load carrying capacity information for motor vehicles. with a GVWR of more than 4 536 kilograms 10 000,571 121 Standard No 121 Air brake systems. 571 122 Standard No 122 Motorcycle brake systems, 571 123 Standard No 123 Motorcycle controls and displays. 571 124 Standard No 124 Accelerator control systems. 571 125 Standard No 125 Warning devices, 571 126 Standard No 126 Electronic stability control systems. 571 129 Standard No 129 New non pneumatic tires for passenger cars. 571 131 Standard No 131 School bus pedestrian safety devices. 571 135 Standard No 135 Light vehicle brake systems. 571 138 Standard No 138 Tire pressure monitoring systems. 571 139 Standard No 139 New pneumatic radial tires for light vehicles. 571 201 Standard No 201 Occupant protection in interior impact. 571 202a Standard No 202 Head restraints mandatory applicability begins on. September 1 2009, 571 203 Standard No 203 Impact protection for the driver from the steering control.
571 204 Standard No 204 Steering control rearward displacement. 571 205 Standard No 205 Glazing materials, 571 205a Standard No 205a Glazing equipment manufactured before September 1. 2006 and glazing materials used in vehicles manufactured. before November 1 2006, 571 206 Standard No 206 Door locks and door retention components. 571 207 Standard No 207 Seating systems,571 208 Standard No 208 Occupant crash protection. 571 209 Standard No 209 Seat belt assemblies,Part Standard No Title. 571 210 Standard No 210Seat belt assembly anchorages. 571 212 Standard No 212Windshield mounting,571 213 Standard No 213Child restraint systems.
571 214 Standard No 214Side impact protection, 571 216 Standard No 216Roof crush resistance applicable unless a vehicle is certified. to 571 216a, 571 216a Standard No 216a Roof crush resistance upgraded standard. 571 217 Standard No 217 Bus emergency exits and window retention and release. 571 218 Standard No 218 Motorcycle helmets,571 219 Standard No 219 Windshield zone intrusion. This publication is available free of charge from http dx doi org 10 6028 NIST IR 8120. 571 220 Standard No 220 School bus rollover protection. 571 221 Standard No 221 School bus body joint strength. 571 222 Standard No 222 School bus passenger seating and crash protection. 571 223 Standard No 223 Rear impact guards,571 224 Standard No 224 Rear impact protection. 571 225 Standard No 225 Child restraint anchorage systems. 571 226 Standard No 226 Ejection mitigation,571 301 Standard No 301 Fuel system integrity.
571 302 Standard No 302 Flammability of interior materials. 571 303 Standard No 303 Fuel system integrity of compressed natural gas vehicles. 571 304 Standard No 304 Compressed natural gas fuel container integrity. 571 305 Standard No 305 Electric powered vehicles electrolyte spillage and electrical. shock protection,571 401 Standard No 401 Interior trunk release. 571 403 Standard No 403 Platform lift systems for motor vehicles. 571 404 Standard No 404 Platform lift installations in motor vehicles. 571 500 Standard No 500 Low speed vehicles, For information concerning air bags brakes child passenger safety seat belts tires and other. equipment see the NHTSA Laws and Regulations,For more detailed information see NHTSA s. FMVSS Test Procedures, In addition to the FMVSS 49 CFR 541 Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard. specifies performance requirements for identifying numbers or symbols to be placed on certain. motor vehicle parts to reduce thefts by facilitating the tracing and recovery of parts from stolen.

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