40 CFR 600.512-01 - Model year report.
(a) For each model year, the manufacturer shall submit to the Administrator a report, known as the model year report, containing all information necessary for the calculation of the manufacturer's average fuel economy. The results of the manufacturer calculations and summary information of model type fuel economy values which are contained in the average calculation shall be submitted to the Secretary of the Department of Transportation, National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration.
(1) The model year report shall be in writing, signed by the authorized representative of the manufacturer and shall be submitted no later than 90 days after the end of the model year.
(2) The Administrator may waive the requirement that the model year report be submitted no later than 90 days after the end of the model year. Based upon a request by the manufacturer, if the Administrator determines that 90 days is insufficient time for the manufacturer to provide all additional data required as determined in § 600.507, the Administrator shall establish a date by which the model year report must be submitted.
(3) Separate reports shall be submitted for passenger automobiles and light trucks (as identified in § 600.510).
(1) All fuel economy data used in the labeling calculations and subsequently required by the Administrator in accordance with § 600.507;
(2) All fuel economy data for certification vehicles and for vehicles tested for running changes approved under 40 CFR 86.1842-01;
(3) Any additional fuel economy data submitted by the manufacturer under § 600.509;
(4) A fuel economy value for each model type of the manufacturer's product line calculated according to § 600.510(b)(2);
(5) The manufacturer's average fuel economy value calculated according to § 600.510(c);
(6) A listing of both domestically and nondomestically produced car lines as determined in § 600.511 and the cost information upon which the determination was made; and
(7) The authenticity and accuracy of production data must be attested to by the corporation, and shall bear the signature of an officer (a corporate executive of at least the rank of vice-president) designated by the corporation. Such attestation shall constitute a representation by the manufacturer that the manufacturer has established reasonable, prudent procedures to ascertain and provide production data that are accurate and authentic in all material respects and that these procedures have been followed by employees of the manufacturer involved in the reporting process. The signature of the designated officer shall constitute a representation by the required attestation.
[64 FR 23976, May 4, 1999]
Title 40 published on 2013-07-01
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