by Dept. of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||J. L. Duda ... [et al.]|
|Series||DOT HS-802 406|
|Contributions||Duda, J. L. 1936-, United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration|
|The Physical Object|
Program evaluation support for the motor vehicle diagnostic inspection demonstration projects. Volume II: costs and benefits. Final : J. L. Duda. Program evaluation support for the motor vehicle diagnostic inspection demonstration projects / By J. L. (John L.) Duda and United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Program evaluation support for the motor vehicle diagnostic inspection demonstration projects. Volume I: used car owner survey. Final : J. L. Duda, V. Selman and K. Derr. DIAGNOSTIC MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS, PROGRAM ENGINEERING SUPPORT. VOLUME 3. APPENDIX B. PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF WASHINGTON D.C. INSPECTION LANE. A report is made on the performance of the present research lane operation in Washington, D.C. and four alternate : K P Joncas.
Diagnostic motor vehicle inspection demonstration projects, program engineering support. Volume 2 - appendix A: evaluation of the measurement performance of inspection equipment in the five demonstration projects and in selected repair : et al. K. P. Joncas. Diagnostic motor vehicle inspection demonstration projects, program engineering support. Volume 11 - appendix J: quality audit of diagnostic demonstration projects and repair agencies. Final report. By et al. K. P. Joncas. : et al. K. P. Joncas. Motor Vehicle Safety Program Evaluation Zenith’s Motor Vehicle Safety Program Evaluation is a guideline to what controls should be in place to ensure and protect operators from being injured while operating a vehicle as apart of their job duties. These controls are essential in which, long-term, bottom line results are dictated by the. OBD-I/M Check —An inspection and evaluation of a vehicle’s emission control systems utilizing the vehicle’s OBD system as provided in § (relating to test procedures) and § On-road testing device —An exhaust gas analyzer capable of measuring vehicle exhaust gas content outside ofFile Size: 1MB.
An applicant for an Official Vehicle Inspection Station must meet the space, equipment, and manpower requirements as prescribed for the class of vehicle inspection station applied for, and must have a certified inspector in his Size: 4MB. FOREWORD The screening and evaluation of drivers in the interest of personal and public health and safety has received increasing attention since the publication in of the Model Driver Screening and Evaluation Program: Guidelines for Motor Vehicle Administrators by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the American Association of Motor. In some cases, certain components need replacement, (e.g., a wheel bearing on a motor vehicle) to ensure the main piece of equipment (in this case a car) last for its design life. Anytime we fail to perform maintenance activities intended by the equipment’s designer, we shorten the operating life of the equipment. But what options do we have? Advise on and support the application of proactive tools and procedures for the identification of hazardous road infrastructure (e.g. International Road Assessment Programme [iRAP] surveys, safety inspections, safety audits) and the design, implementation, maintenance and evaluation of improved infrastructure safety features.