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Bralmaran 49 CFR This final rule increases harmonization with existing requirements in European regulations. You should submit your comments early enough to ensure that the docket receives them not later than November 7, Restoration of the side marker requirements will have no negative impact on safety or function and will allow motor vehicle manufacturers to avoid unnecessary modifications to their side marker lamps with no added safety or functional benefit. The agency requests comments on this alternative strategy and other potential enhancements to the current body block test procedure.

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Section Standard No. This standard specifies limits for the displacement into the windshield area of motor vehicle components during a crash. The purpose of this standard is to reduce crash injuries and fatalities that result from occupants contacting vehicle components displaced near or through the windshield. This standard applies to passenger cars and to multipurpose passenger vehicles , trucks and buses of 4, kilograms or less gross vehicle weight rating.

However, it does not apply to forward control vehicles , walk-in van -type vehicles , or to open-body-type vehicles with fold-down or removable windshields.

Daylight Opening DLO means the maximum unobstructed opening through the glazing surface, including reveal or garnish moldings adjoining the surface, as measured parallel to the outer surface of the glazing material. Protected zone template. If any accessories or equipment such as the steering control system obstruct positioning of the sphere, remove them for the purposes of this procedure. From the outermost contactable points, extend the locus line horizontally to the edges of the glazing material.

The template is affixed to the windshield so that it delineates the protected zone and remains affixed throughout the crash test. Test conditions. The requirement of S5. Each dummy is restrained only by means that are installed for protection at its seating position. The load is distributed so that the mass on each axle as measured at the tire-ground interface is in proportion to its GAWR.

For the purposes of this section, unloaded vehicle weight does not include the mass of work-performing accessories. Vehicles are tested to a maximum unloaded vehicle weight of 2, kg.

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Section Standard No. This standard specifies limits for the displacement into the windshield area of motor vehicle components during a crash. The purpose of this standard is to reduce crash injuries and fatalities that result from occupants contacting vehicle components displaced near or through the windshield. This standard applies to passenger cars and to multipurpose passenger vehicles , trucks and buses of 4, kilograms or less gross vehicle weight rating.

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Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Bus Emergency Exits and Window Retention and Release

The main goal of these regulations is to clearly mark with reflective tape the emergency exits of the bus. This way, if a bus is in an accident, emergency workers can easily identify the exits. Although each state differs the general regulation is as follows. Each opening for a required emergency exit shall be outlined around its outside perimeter with a retroreflective tape with a minimum width of 2.

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Roof Exit 8 c The area of an opening equipped with a wheelchair lift may be credited toward the required additional exits if it meets the requirements of paragraphs a or b of S5. With the lift in the folded or stowed position, such opening is considered a side emergency exit door. A second side emergency exit door installed pursuant to Table 1 shall be located on the right side of the bus. In the case of a bus equipped with three side emergency door exits pursuant to Table 1, the third shall be located on the left side of the bus. A second side emergency door exit installed pursuant to Table 2 shall be located on the left side of the bus.

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