2012Agency/Docket No.Standard/partTopic
October 1NHTSA-2012-0070NHTSA technical report on evaluation of enhancing vehicle-to-vehicle crash compatibility agreement, May 2012IIHS, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, and Association of Global Automakers support agency's evaluation of EVC group's voluntary commitments to enhance light truck crash compatibility with cars
February 9NHTSA-2010-013140 CFR 85 Control of air pollution from mobile sources; 40 CFR 86 Control of emissions from new and in-use highway vehicles and engines; 40 CFR 600 Fuel economy of motor vehicles; 49 CFR 523 Vehicle classification; 49 CFR 531 Passenger automobile average fuel economy standards; 49 CFR 533 Light truck fuel economy standards; 49 CFR 536 Transfer and trading of fuel economy credits; 49 CFR 537 Automotive fuel economy reportsIIHS supports proposed fuel economy standards and continued use of a size-based system to help increase fuel economy while keeping manufacturers from significantly downweighting or downsizing vehicles
2009Agency/Docket No.Standard/partTopic
December 1NHTSA-2009-005940 CFR 86 Control of emissions from new and in-use highway vehicles and engines; 40 CFR 600 Fuel economy of motor vehicles; 49 CFR 531 Passenger automobile average fuel economy standards; 49 CFR 533 Light truck fuel economy standards; 49 CFR 537 Automotive fuel economy reports; 49 CFR 538 Manufacturing incentives for alternative fuel vehiclesIIHS supports establishment of greenhouse gas emission standards and corporate average fuel economy standards for 2012-16 light-duty vehicles
2008Agency/Docket No.Standard/partTopic
June 27NHTSA-2008-008949 CFR 523 Vehicle classification; 49 CFR 531 Passenger automobile average fuel economy standard; 49 CFR 533 Light truck fuel economy standards; 49 CFR 534 Rights and responsibilities of manufacturers in the context of changes in corporate relationships; 49 CFR 536 Transfer and trading of fuel economy credits; 49 CFR 537 Automotive fuel economy reportsIIHS comments on proposed increases in fuel economy standards for 2011-15 model year passenger cars and light trucks including use of a vehicle attribute-based system to encourage automakers to use new fuel efficiency technologies
2005Agency/Docket No.Standard/partTopic
November 29NHTSA-2005-2222349 CFR 523 Vehicle classification; 49 CFR 533 Light truck fuel economy standards; 49 CFR 537 Automotive fuel economy reportsProposed changes to average fuel economy standards for 2008-11 model year light trucks including ways in which fuel economy targets are calculated for manufacturers (comment)
2004Agency/Docket No.Standard/partTopic
July 13NHTSA-2003-1612849 CFR 533 Light truck fuel economy standardsProposed reforming of the automobile fuel economy standards program including fleet average requirements, weight- and size-indexed standards, and vehicle classifications (comment)
July 2NHTSA-2003-1571549 CFR 571.208 Occupant crash protectionProposed high-speed frontal offset crash test requirement for passenger vehicles including vehicle stiffness and aggressivity (comment)
2003Agency/Docket No.Standard/partTopic
August 11NHTSA-2003-1462349 CFR 571.208 Occupant crash protectionReview of agency's report on initiatives to address vehicle compatibility (comment)
February 12NHTSA-2002-1141949 CFR 533 Light truck fuel economy standardsProposed corporate average fuel economy standards for 2005-07 model year light trucks (comment)
2002Agency/Docket No.Standard/partTopic
May 8NHTSA-2002-1141949 CFR 533 Light truck fuel economy standardsEstablishment of corporate average fuel economy standards for 2005-10 vehicles base on review of National Academy of Science study (comment)
2004CommitteeInstitute presenterTopic
March 18U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Energy and CommerceBrian O'NeillApproaches to achieving vehicle safety improvements
2003CommitteeInstitute presenterTopic
February 26U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and TransportationBrian O'NeillSome aspects of the relative safety of cars and SUVs
2002CommitteeInstitute presenterTopic
January 24 U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and TransportationAdrian K. LundCAFE standards