Purpose and policy.
Relationship to other laws.
Authorization of appropriations.
Restriction on lobbying activities.
Rented or leased motor vehicle safety and responsibility.
SUBCHAPTER II—STANDARDS AND COMPLIANCE
Prohibitions on manufacturing, selling, and importing noncomplying motor vehicles and equipment.
Certification of compliance.
Defects and noncompliance found before sale to purchaser.
Providing information to, and maintaining records on, purchasers.
Notification of defects and noncompliance.
Remedies for defects and noncompliance.
Provisional notification and civil actions to enforce.
Making safety devices and elements inoperative.
Buzzers indicating nonuse of safety belts.
Schoolbuses and schoolbus equipment.
Used motor vehicles.
Automatic occupant crash protection and seat belt use.
Vehicle accident ejection protection.SUBCHAPTER III—IMPORTING NONCOMPLYING MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT
Importing motor vehicles capable of complying with standards.
Importing motor vehicles for personal use.
Motor vehicles imported by individuals employed outside the United States.
Importing motor vehicles on a temporary basis.
Importing motor vehicles or equipment requiring further manufacturing.
Release of motor vehicles and bonds.
Responsibility for defects and noncompliance.
SUBCHAPTER IV—ENFORCEMENT AND ADMINISTRATIVE
Judicial review of standards.
Petitions by interested persons for standards and enforcement.
Actions by the Attorney General.
Service of process.
Inspections, investigations, and records.
Disclosure of information by the Secretary of Transportation.
Research, testing, development, and training.
2005—Pub. L. 109–59, title X, § 10303(a),Aug. 10, 2005, 119 Stat. 1940, which directed amendment of the table of sections for chapter 301 by adding item 30128, without specifying the title to be amended, was executed to the table of sections for this chapter, to reflect the probable intent of Congress.
Footnotes  So in original. Does not conform to section catchline.
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