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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Petitions for Temporary Exemptions from Motor Vehicle Safety Standards

The front page of a Federal Register from 1974

The CitiCar had a few petitions filed by Sebring-Vanguard, Inc. with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Sebring-Vanguard also commented their support for petitions by other car manufacturers running into the same problems. In other cases, the NHTSA referenced Sebring-Vanguard as an example of petitions previously granted.

  • Windshield defrosting and defogging systems
  • Self-canceling turn signals
  • Conforming door latches and hinges
  • Upper torso restraints

Mentions

  • 38 FR 31556 SEBRING-VANGUARD, INC. Petition for Temporary Exemption From Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (Applied)
  • 39 FR 3710 SEBRING-VANGUARD, INC. Petition for Temporary Exemption From Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (Granted)
  • 39 FR 39489 AM GENERAL CORP. Petition for Temporary Exemption From Motor Vehicle Safety Standard
  • 40 FR 17625 SEBRING-VANGUARD, INC. Petition for Temporary Exemption From Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (Applied)
  • 40 FR 29115 SEBRING-VANGUARD, INC. Petition for Temporary Exemption From Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (Granted)
  • 40 FR 37075 ELECTRIC FUEL PROPULSION CORP. Petition for Temporary Exemption From Federal Motor Vehicle Standards
  • 41 FR 52933 SEBRING VANGUARD, INC. Petition for Exemption From Notice and Recall for Inconsequential Noncompliance (Applied)
  • 42 FR 13379 SEBRING VANGUARD, INC. Petition for Exemption From Notice and Remedy for Inconsequential Noncompliance (Denied)
  • 43 FR 24110 Bona fide motor-vehicle manufacturers

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