Child Passenger Safety
|49 CFR Part 213||Child Restraint Anchorage Systems
|49 CFR Part 213, 225||Child Restraint Systems
Child restraint systems are the most effective way to protect young children involved in motor vehicle crashes.
|49 CFR Part 571||Child Restraint Systems|
|222||49 CFR Part 571||School Bus Passenger Seating and Crash Protection|
|49 CFR Part 571||Child Restraint Systems; Child Restraint Anchorage Systems|
|49 CFR Part 571||Child Restraint Anchorage Systems|
|49 CFR Part 571||Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Power-Operated Window, Partition, and Roof Panel Systems|
|49 CFR Part 571,596||Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Child Restraint Systems; Child Restraint Anchorage Systems|
|49 CFR Part 575||Safety Rating Program for Child Restraint Systems
Safety Rating Program for Child Restraint Systems
|49 CFR Parts 571||Child Restraint System - Anton's Law - FY 2005
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). After the enactment of Anton’s Law, this agency increased the applicability of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 213, Child restraint systems, from restraints recommended for children up to 50 lb to restraints recommended for children up to 65 lb. Today’s document proposes a further expansion, to restraints recommended for children up to 80 lb. 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. Section 4(a) and all other provisions of Section 3 were addressed in rulemaking documents issued previously by NHTSA.
|49 CFR Parts 571, 585, 586, 589, 590, 596, 597||Occupant Crash Protection
This document adopts NHTSA’s proposal to require all designated seating positions in rear seats, other than side-facing seats, be equipped with Type 2 integral lap/shoulder safety belts. Side-facing seats may be equipped with either a Type 1 lap belt or a Type 2 belt. This final rule responds to a Congressional mandate that the agency begin to phase-in requirements for lap/shoulder belts for all rear seating positions, wherever practicable, not later than September 1, 2005.
|Consumer Information; Program for Child Restraint Systems|
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