The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. is asking the public for input on its NHTSA Vehicle Safety Rulemaking Priorities for 2002-2005. NHTSA especially is interested in the public’s opinion on the Transportation, Recall Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation Acts (TREAD) regulatory requirements for 2002-2003, which includes tires, rollover prevention and child safety. Public comment must be received by Sept. 23, 2002, when the NHTSA-2002-12391 docket will close. Comments ...
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