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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Auto Safety Hotline

If you own a car or truck that you feel has a safety defect you should report the problem to the Hotline at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).The DOT Auto Safety Hotline specializes in gathering information about safety problems in motor vehicles and equipment and is your chance to help identify these problems which sometimes lead to recalls. The Hotline can be dialed toll free at 1-888-DASH-2-DOT (1-888-327-4236).

In operation since 1975, the DOT Auto Safety Hotline is NHTSA's "Single Point of Contact," where you can obtain information about motor vehicle safety, Child Safety Seats, vehicle importation and certification, and airbags. You may also speak with a consultant who will file a report on your vehicle's safety defect and provide you with recall and other valuable information. All of these services are available by mail or fax from the Hotline and through the Internet at https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/VehicleComplaint/ where you can now file your vehicle safety defect report online. Your report can help NHTSA evaluate the problem you are experiencing with your vehicle and determine if a recall and remedy by the manufacturer will be required. You should also contact your dealer or repair shop for diagnosis and repair.

NHTSA encourages schools, companies, clubs, and other organizations to help increase public awareness of the Hotline by starting their own safety outreach programs. You can order posters, flyers, and other complimentary literature for your program by going to the home page, https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/VehicleComplaint/, and clicking on Outreach Program. You may also contact Gene Luke at 202-366-0988, FAX 703-734-7808, e-mail [email protected] to order Hotline literature, which will be delivered to your organization at no charge.

Sours: https://www.dfa.arkansas.gov/motor-vehicle/nhtsa/

New Division Chiefs In Place At NHTSA

The RV Industry Association was recently informed by NHTSA’s Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) that the divisions the RV industry most commonly communicates with will have new leaders in place as of Monday, February 1. The RV Industry Association and its members most often interface with the following three divisions within ODI: Medium & Heavy Duty Vehicle Division, Recall Management Division, and the Trends Analysis Division. All three will have new Division Chiefs. Below, we have listed the names of the new chiefs next to the division they will oversee:

  • Josh Neff - Medium & Heavy Duty Vehicle Division
  • Alex Ansley – Recall Management Division
  • Jeff Quandt – Trends Analysis Division

These three divisions are critical to the RV industry. They help our members stay compliant with their regulatory obligations and share the goal of ensuring the safety of the RV consumer. The Medium & Heavy-Duty Vehicle Division is responsible for investigating alleged safety defects and determining whether a recall may be necessary. The Recall Management Division monitors recalls to ensure that the scope is appropriate and that the recall completion rate and remedy are adequate. The Trends Analysis Division collects and analyzes Early Warning Reporting data as well as other information gathered from a variety of sources, which allows ODI to identify trends and possible safety concerns within the industries it regulates.

In discussions with the ODI’s Director, we learned that all three division chiefs are former chiefs of different ODI divisions and have several years of experience within ODI, which should allow each Chief to share their knowledge and help gain a different, overall perspective.

The RV Industry Association looks forward to engaging with Messrs. Neff, Ansley and Quandt and hope they will be able and available to engage the RV Industry Association members during future programs and events, including the annual Regulatory & Safety Compliance Seminar as well as future virtual engagements.

If you have questions about these personnel changes or want to learn more about NHTSA and who it regulates in our industry, please contact Kyle Correa-Brady at [email protected]

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NHTSA's Office of Defects Investigation (ODI) - Recalls

Manufacturers who determine that a product or piece of original equipment either has a safety defect or is not in compliance with Federal safety standards are required to notify the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) within 5 business days. NHTSA requires that manufacturers file a Defect and Noncompliance report as well as quarterly recall status reports, in compliance with Federal Regulation 49 (the National Traffic and Motor Safety Act) Part 573, which identifies the requirements for safety recalls. This information is stored in the NHTSA database. Use this data to search for recall information related to:- Specific NHTSA campaigns - Product types Access to public searches of NHTSA recall databases for tires, vehicles, car seats and equipment.

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Sours: https://data.amerigeoss.org/fa_IR/dataset/nhtsas-office-of-defects-investigation-odi-recalls-recalls-flat-file
NHTSA/ODI: SaferCar.Gov

49 CFR § 579.6 - Address for submitting reports and other information.

§ 579.6 Address for submitting reports and other information.

(a) Except as provided by paragraph (b) of this section, information, reports, and documents required to be submitted to NHTSA pursuant to this part may be submitted by mail, by facsimile, or by e-mail. If submitted by mail, they must be addressed to the Associate Administrator for Enforcement, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Attention: Early Warning Division (NVS-217), 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590. If submitted by facsimile, they must be addressed to the Associate Administrator for Enforcement and transmitted to (202) 366-7882. If submitted by e-mail, submissions under subpart B of this part must be submitted to [email protected] and submissions under § 579.5 must be submitted to [email protected]


(1) Information, documents and reports that are submitted to NHTSA's early warning data repository must be submitted in accordance with § 579.29 of this part. Submissions must be made by a means that permits the sender to verify that the report was in fact received by NHTSA and the day it was received by NHTSA.

(2) The annual list of substantially similar vehicles submitted pursuant to § 579.11(e) of this part shall be submitted to NHTSA's early warning data repository identified on NHTSA's Web page http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/ewr/ewr.cfm. A manufacturer shall use the template provided at the early warning Web site, also identified on NHTSA's Web page http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/ewr/xls.cfm, for submitting the list.

[68 FR 4113, Jan. 28, 2003, as amended at 72 FR 32017, June 11, 2007; 78 FR 51424, Aug. 20, 2013]

Sours: https://www.law.cornell.edu/cfr/text/49/579.6

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April 16, 2020: Please note that this information is intended to provide clarity to the public regarding existing requirements while NHTSA is primarily in telework status and will be discontinued at the end of that period; it does not have the force and effect of law and is not meant to bind the public in any way. 

How does ODI receive consumer complaints under current circumstances?

Consistent with ODI’s usual process, it receives consumer complaints through NHTSA’s website, which are then reviewed by investigative staff. Consumers can file a complaint by clicking “Report a Problem” on NHTSA’s website. Consumers can also file a complaint through NHTSA’s Vehicle Safety Hotline at 888-327-4236 / Hearing Impaired (TTY) 800-424-9153 (8 am – 8 pm ET Monday-Friday). 

How does ODI review and follow up on consumer complaints under current circumstances?

ODI’s usual processes for reviewing consumer complaints are continuing. ODI’s complaint review systems are accessible via telework, and the office continues to promptly review consumer complaints. ODI’s investigative staff has full access to its information technology resources to support appropriate research. Staff may conduct follow-up by email or telephone with consumers and manufacturers.

What functions has ODI suspended due to COVID-19?

At this time, ODI is not conducting in-person meetings with manufacturers or in-person vehicle inspections. Where possible, ODI uses online meeting tools to communicate with manufacturers and other stakeholders.

Can manufacturers receive an extension to submit EWR inquiry responses or submissions?

We understand that many manufacturers are facing challenges that impact their EWR or other required reports due pursuant to 49 C.F.R. Part 579. If issues related to COVID-19 affect your ability to provide reports, please reach out to the Trends Analysis Division Chief, Tanya Topka, to discuss whether a reasonable deadline extension for your submission or inquiry response may be appropriate. Please send an email to [email protected] with the reasons for your request.

Sours: https://www.nhtsa.gov/coronavirus-resources-nhtsa/faqs-defect-investigations-compliance-enforcement-during-coronavirus
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