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Electronic Systems Performance in Passenger Motor Vehicles  (PDF format) January 2016

Report to Congress: Operation of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs) with a Maximum Speed Limit of 40 mph (64 kph): Fuel Consumption Savings and Safety Ramifications  (PDF format) June 2012

Report to Congress: Drug-Impaired Driving - Understanding the Problem and Ways to Reduce It  (PDF format) December 2009

Report to Congress: Refusal of Intoxication Testing (PDF format) September 2008
In contrast to being stopped by an officer for other driving violations, the result of an impaired driving stop may dramatically impact a person’s life.

Report to Congress on NHTSA Vehicle Safety Rulemaking and Supporting Research Priorities    (PDF format)

Report To Congress on Theme for Impaired Driving Campaign   (PDF format)

Report To Congress on Impaired Driving Targeted Population   (PDF format)

Report To Congress on Guidance and Oversight of State Highway Safety Grant Programs (PDF format)

Report To Congress, Combined Safety Mobilization Effort (PDF format)

Report To Congress, Impaired Driving, Motorcycle and National Occupant Protection Program Expenditure Justifications for Fiscal Year 2003 and Planned Expenditures for 2004 (PDF format)

Report To Congress, Repeat Offender Tracking Model (PDF format)

Report To Congress, Anton's Law, Section 6 - Evaluation of Integrated Child Safety Systems (PDF format)
On December 4, 2002, President Bush signed Anton’s Law, Public Law 107-318 (116 Stat. 2772), which, in part, calls for evaluation of integrated child safety systems. Section 6 of Anton’s Law directs the Secretary of Transportation to evaluate built-in or integrated child restraints and booster seats.

Report To Congress, Child Restraint Systems, Transportation Recall Enhancement, Accountability, and Documentation (TREAD) Act (PDF format)
Child restraints are highly effective in reducing the likelihood of death and/or serious injury in motor vehicle crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that for children less than 1-year-old, a child restraint can reduce the risk of fatality by 71 percent when used in a passenger car and by 58 percent when used in a pickup truck, van, or sport utility vehicle SUV). Child restraint effectiveness for children between the ages 1 to 4 years old is 54 percent in passenger cars and 59 percent in light trucks.

Report To Congress On The Fy 2003 Expenditure of Funds For Judges And Prosecutors
In FY 2003, Congress provided special funding for judges and prosecutors through the U. S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) appropriation (See Conference Report to the Consolidated Appropriations Resolution, 2003 (House Report 108-10) and the Senate Report on the Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, 2003 (Senate Report 107-224), requesting that NHTSA provide $1.5 million for judicial and prosecutorial actions to combat alcohol-impaired driving.

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