|Statement||by the National Motor Vehicle Safety Advisory Council|
|Series||DOT HS ; 802 516|
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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Discretionary Safety Grants and Cooperative Agreements. Provide technical and financial assistance to State and local government agencies, for-profit and non-profit organizations, educational institutions, hospitals, and other persons (as defined in Title 1 USC Chapter (1)) in support of highway safety research and development, special. default site description goes here test. This report represents the sixth in a series of biennial national surveys undertaken by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) starting in , and reports data from this sixth administration as well as those of the first five administrations (, , , , and ). NHTSA's existing authorities under the Act, e.g., provisions concerning research, standard setting and consumer information, are adequate for NHTSA to evaluate and recommend protocols to ensure the safety of vehicle design for risk mitigation. In fact, NHTSA has already developed and adopted protocols for a wide variety of technologies for use. 11/9/ 5 Safer Drivers. Safer Cars. Safer Roads. 9 NHTSA Letter to California (Feb ‘15) *White House memorandum on “Principles for Regulation and Oversight of Emerging Technologies” () Inform CA’s rulemaking activities of NHTSA Research in automationFile Size: 1MB.
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