National Traffic And Motor Vehicle Safety Act Of 1966 Pdf
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- Motor-Vehicle Safety: A 20th Century Public Health Achievement
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Motor-Vehicle Safety: A 20th Century Public Health Achievement
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The amount of such penalty when finally determined, or the amount agreed on compromise, may be deducted from any sums owing by the United States to the person charged. Informations bibliographiques. Motor Vehicle and Schoolbus Safety. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The reduction of the rate of death attributable to motor-vehicle crashes in the United States represents the successful public health response to a great technologic advance of the 20th century—the motorization of America. Six times as many people drive today as in , and the number of motor vehicles in the country has increased fold since then to approximately million. Despite this steep increase in motor-vehicle travel, the annual death rate has declined from 18 per million vehicle miles traveled VMT in to 1. Figure 1. Systematic motor-vehicle safety efforts began during the s. The systematic approach to motor-vehicle-related injury prevention began with NHSB's first director, Dr. William Haddon.
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National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act
Both acts were passed by Congress and signed by Pres. Lyndon Johnson in By , automobile accidents had become the leading cause of death of Americans under age
The National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act was enacted in the United States in to empower the federal government to set and administer new safety standards for motor vehicles and road traffic safety. The Act was the first mandatory federal safety standards for motor vehicles. The Act was one of a number of initiatives by the government in response to increasing number of cars and associated fatalities and injuries on the road following a period when the number of people killed on the road had increased 6-fold and the number of vehicles was up fold since The reduction of the rate of death attributable to motor-vehicle crashes in the United States represents the successful public health response to a great technologic advance of the 20th century—the motorization of America.
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The currency "laws in effect" date does not reflect acts for which classification has not been finalized. Does not conform to section catchline. The purpose of this chapter is to reduce traffic accidents and deaths and injuries resulting from traffic accidents. Therefore it is necessary—. The words "Congress hereby declares that", "to persons", and "Congress determines that" are omitted as surplus. The words "motor vehicle" before "equipment" are added for consistency.
During its second session, the 89th Congress took up the issue of comprehensive traffic and motor vehicle safety for the first time.