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Allowing Importers To Provide Information to U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Electronic Format

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Allowing Importers To Provide Information to U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Electronic Format

Mark R. Rosekind
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
September 2, 2015


[Federal Register Volume 80, Number 170 (Wednesday, September 2, 2015)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 53011-53015]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2015-21505]


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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

49 CFR Parts 591and 592

[Docket No. NHTSA-2015-0076]
RIN 2127-AL63


Allowing Importers To Provide Information to U.S. Customs and 
Border Protection in Electronic Format

AGENCY: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 
Department of Transportation (DOT).

ACTION: Interim Final Rule; request for comments.

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SUMMARY: This interim Final Rule amends NHTSA's regulation on the 
importation of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment subject to 
Federal safety, bumper and theft prevention standards by allowing 
importers to provide information to United States Customs and Border 
Protection (CBP) in either electronic or paper format. Presently, 
certain regulatory provisions require importers to provide 
documentation or information in a ``written statement'' or in ways that 
imply the submission of a paper document, including the phrases ``in 
duplicate,'' ``a copy of,'' a ``document,'' and ``accompanied by a 
statement.'' Over the course of the coming months, CBP plans to allow 
importers to file importation information in paper format only or 
electronic format only. To allow importers to choose their preferred 
format for filing information required by NHTSA, the agency is amending 
its importation regulations to specify that importers have the option 
to file all required information electronically, in addition to the 
paper option currently available.
    This document is being issued as an interim Final Rule to provide 
timely assistance to importers by allowing alternative methods of 
filing with CBP the importation information required by NHTSA. The 
amendments in this interim Final Rule do not create any new rights or 
obligations, nor impose any new reporting requirements. The agency 
herein requests comments on the rule. The agency will publish a notice 
responding to any comments received, if any, and will amend provisions 
of the regulation if appropriate.

DATES: Effective date: This interim Final Rule becomes effective 
September 2, 2015.
    Comments: Comments on this interim Final Rule are due not later 
than October 2, 2015.

ADDRESSES: Written comments to NHTSA may be submitted using any one of 
the following methods:
     Federal eRulemaking Portal: go to http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the online instructions for submitting 
comments.
     Mail: Docket Management Facility, M-30, U.S. Department of 
Transportation, West Building Ground Floor, Rm. W12-140, 1200 New 
Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.
     Hand Delivery or Courier: U.S. Department of 
Transportation, West Building Ground Floor, Rm. W12-140, 1200 New 
Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET, 
Monday through Friday, except Federal holidays.
     Fax: (202) 493-2251.
    Regardless of how you submit your comments, please be sure you 
mention the docket number of this document located at the top of this 
notice in your correspondence.
    You may call the Docket at 202-366-9324.
    Note that all comments received will be posted without change to 
http://www.regulations.gov, including any personal information 
provided.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Arija Flowers, Trial Attorney, Office 
of the Chief Counsel, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 
1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590 (telephone: 202-366-
5263).

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: 

Table of Contents

I. Background
II. Immediate Effective Date and Request for Comments
III. Regulatory Analyses and Notices

I. Background

    Under 49 CFR parts 591 and 592, importers of motor vehicles and 
motor vehicle equipment are required, among other things, to provide 
certain information to NHTSA at the time of importation, which is 
collected by CBP. In the past, CBP collected all information on paper 
but has moved to a system that allows for either paper format filing or 
a ``hybrid'' combination of paper and electronic filing. Beginning in 
the fall of 2015, and with pilot programs beginning in the summer of 
2015, CBP is introducing a new data collection system that will allow 
importers to make an electronic reporting of commodities being 
presented for importation at U.S. ports. After implementation of this 
new system, CBP may require importation declaration documents to be 
filed in either all paper or all electronic format. CBP is currently 
advising that importers will no longer have the option of using the 
``hybrid'' filing system.
    Currently, there are several provisions within 49 CFR part 591, 
Importation of Vehicles and Equipment Subject to Federal Safety, Bumper 
and Theft Prevention Standards, and a provision in 49 CFR part 592, 
Registered Importers of Vehicles Not Originally Manufactured to Conform 
to the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, that either explicitly 
or impliedly require a paper filing for specific pieces of data. Thus, 
maintaining these provisions may mean that, once the new CBP data 
collection system is implemented, importers would be required to file 
on paper, imposing an unintended burden on those currently making 
hybrid filings. To avoid this result, this interim Final Rule amends 
the wording of the provisions in 49 CFR parts 591 and 592 that 
explicitly or impliedly require paper filings clarifying that filings 
can be made in any format accepted by CBP. This rulemaking does not 
impose additional obligations or burdens on any party and, 
specifically, does not require filing of any new or additional 
information. Rather, it provides

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importers with the option of filing importation information already 
required under 49 CFR parts 591 and 592 in either paper or electronic 
format, according to their preference.
    In its rulemaking establishing a continuous entry DOT conformance 
bond, NHTSA required an importer to present to CBP at the time of 
importation a copy of Customs Form (CF) 7501. The requirement to 
furnish a copy of the CF 7501 was initially established at 49 CFR 
591.6(c) and 49 CFR 592.6. The agency stated that the CF 7501 contained 
certain information such as the entered value of the vehicle that was 
necessary if NHTSA decided to enforce forfeiture of the DOT conformance 
bond. NHTSA has determined that it no longer needs information from the 
CF 7501 to pursue DOT conformance bond forfeiture and this requirement 
is being deleted from the regulation. Additionally, elimination of this 
previously required documentation will reduce the burden on importers.
    This document is being issued as an interim Final Rule to provide 
timely assistance to importers by allowing alternative methods of 
filing importation documents with CBP. The amendments in this interim 
Final Rule do not create any new rights or obligations, nor impose any 
new reporting requirements. The agency herein requests comments on the 
rule. The agency will publish a notice responding to any comments 
received and, if appropriate, will amend provisions of the regulation.
    This rule also amends the delegations of authority to reflect the 
current CFR citations.

II. Immediate Effective Date and Request for Comments

    The Administrative Procedure Act requires notice of a proposed 
rulemaking and opportunity for public comment unless an exception 
applies. 5 U.S.C. 553(b). One of these exceptions is when the agency 
finds good cause not to provide notice and public comment because 
public comment is impracticable, unnecessary, or contrary to the public 
interest, and the agency incorporates that finding, and briefly states 
the reasons for that finding, in the rule. 5 U.S.C. 553(b)(3)(B). NHTSA 
has determined that there is good cause for not taking public comment 
prior to issuing this interim Final Rule since NHTSA does not 
anticipate any negative comments or opposition to allowing importers to 
file importation documentation in any format provided by CBP, making 
public comment unnecessary. Further, NHTSA has determined that there is 
good cause for not taking public comment prior to issuing this interim 
Final Rule because it is contrary to the public interest to take public 
comment where CBP is piloting the electronic filing system in the 
coming weeks, with implementation throughout fall 2015, and importers 
could be prevented from participating in both the pilot programs and 
the fully operational electronic filing system until these regulatory 
changes are made.
    Further, the amendments in this interim Final Rule do not create 
any new rights or obligations not already present in 49 CFR parts 591 
and 592. Because this interim Final Rule does not create any rights or 
obligations, the impacts of this rule are insignificant, making notice 
and public comment unnecessary.
    As an interim Final Rule, this regulation is fully in effect and 
binding upon its effective date. No further regulatory action by the 
agency is necessary to make this rule effective. However, in order to 
benefit from any comments that interested parties and the public may 
have, the agency is soliciting comments on this notice. Should any 
pertinent comments be submitted, following the close of the comment 
period, the agency will publish a notice responding to those comments 
and, if appropriate, will amend the provisions of this rule.

III. Regulatory Analyses and Notices

A. Executive Order 12866, Executive Order 13563, and DOT Regulatory 
Policies and Procedures

    NHTSA has considered the impact of this rulemaking action under 
Executive Order 12866, Executive Order 13563, and the DOT's regulatory 
policies and procedures. This interim Final Rule was not reviewed by 
the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under E.O. 12866, 
``Regulatory Planning and Review.'' It is not considered to be 
significant under E.O. 12866 or the Department's regulatory policies 
and procedures.
    This regulation amends 49 CFR parts 591 and 592 to allow importers 
of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment to file customs 
declarations electronically, as available and offered by CBP, in 
addition to the paper format filing option otherwise available. This 
final rule does not require importers to use electronic filing, nor 
file any different or additional information when utilizing electronic 
filing and, instead, is designed to reduce the burden on importers by 
enabling them to utilize their preferred customs declaration format. 
Importers are not required to take any action(s) that they are not 
otherwise already required to take. Because there are not any costs or 
savings associated with this rulemaking, which provides various filing 
options for importers, we have not prepared a separate economic 
analysis for this rulemaking.

B. Regulatory Flexibility Act

    In compliance with the Regulatory Flexibility Act, 5 U.S.C. 601 et 
seq., NHTSA has evaluated the effects of this action on small entities. 
I hereby certify that this rule would not have a significant impact on 
a substantial number of small entities. The interim Final Rule affects 
importers of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment, some of which 
qualify as small businesses. However, this rule does not significantly 
affect these entities because it does not require any additional 
actions on their part not already required by 49 CFR parts 591 and 592, 
but instead provides an electronic filing option, in addition to the 
paper filing option, for customs declarations according to the 
importer's preference.

C. Executive Order 13132 (Federalism)

    NHTSA has examined today's rule pursuant to Executive Order 13132 
(64 FR 43255, August 10, 1999) and concluded that no additional 
consultation with States, local governments or their representatives is 
mandated beyond the rulemaking process. The agency has concluded that 
the rulemaking would not have sufficient federalism implications to 
warrant consultation with State and local officials or the preparation 
of a federalism summary impact statement. The interim Final Rule would 
not have ``substantial direct effects on the States, on the 
relationship between the national government and the States, or on the 
distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of 
government.'' This interim Final Rule also will not preempt any state 
law.

D. National Environmental Policy Act

    NHTSA has analyzed this interim Final Rule for the purposes of the 
National Environmental Policy Act. The agency has determined that 
implementation of this action will not have any significant impact on 
the quality of the human environment.

E. Paperwork Reduction Act

    Under the procedures established by the Paperwork Reduction Act of 
1995, a person is not required to respond to a collection of 
information by a Federal

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agency unless the collection displays a valid OMB clearance number. The 
information collection requirements for 49 CFR part 591, Importation of 
Vehicles and Equipment Subject to Federal Safety, Bumper and Theft 
Prevention Standards, and 49 CFR part 592, Registered Importers of 
Vehicles Not Originally Manufactured to Conform to the Federal Motor 
Vehicle Safety Standards, are covered by OMB control number 2127-0002. 
The amendments in today's interim Final Rule have no impact on the 
burden associated with this information collection.

F. National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act

    Under the National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act of 1995 
(NTTAA) (Pub. L. 104-113), ``all Federal agencies and departments shall 
use technical standards that are developed or adopted by voluntary 
consensus standards bodies, using such technical standards as a means 
to carry out policy objectives or activities determined by the agencies 
and departments.'' The amendments in today's interim Final Rule allow 
importers of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment to file 
declarations with CBP electronically, using the electronic systems 
established by CBP, and do not involve any voluntary consensus 
standards as it relates to NHTSA or this rulemaking.

G. Civil Justice Reform

    With respect to the review of the promulgation of a new regulation, 
section 3(b) of Executive Order 12988, ``Civil Justice Reform'' (61 FR 
4729, February 7, 1996) requires that Executive agencies make every 
reasonable effort to ensure that the regulation: (1) Clearly specifies 
the preemptive effect; (2) clearly specifies the effect on existing 
Federal law or regulation; (3) provides a clear legal standard for 
affected conduct, while promoting simplification and burden reduction; 
(4) clearly specifies the retroactive effect, if any; (5) adequately 
defines key terms; and (6) addresses other important issues affecting 
clarity and general draftsmanship under any guidelines issued by the 
Attorney General. This document is consistent with that requirement.
    Pursuant to this Order, NHTSA has considered these issues and 
determined that this interim Final Rule would not have any retroactive 
or preemptive effect. NHTSA notes further that there is no requirement 
that individuals submit a petition for reconsideration or pursue other 
administrative proceeding before they may file suit in court.

H. Unfunded Mandates Reform Act

    The Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 requires agencies to 
prepare a written assessment of the costs, benefits and other effects 
of proposed or final rules that include a Federal mandate likely to 
result in the expenditure by State, local or tribal governments, in the 
aggregate, or by the private sector, of more than $100 million annually 
(adjusted for inflation with base year of 1995). This interim Final 
Rule would not result in expenditures by State, local or tribal 
governments, in the aggregate, or by the private sector in excess of 
$100 million annually.

I. Executive Order 13211

    Executive Order 13211 (66 FR 28355, May 18, 2001) applies to any 
rulemaking that: (1) Is determined to be economically significant as 
defined under E.O. 12866, and is likely to have a significantly adverse 
effect on the supply of, distribution of, or use of energy; or (2) that 
is designated by the Administrator of the Office of Information and 
Regulatory Affairs as a significant energy action. This rulemaking is 
not subject to E.O. 13211.

J. Regulation Identifier Number (RIN)

    The Department of Transportation assigns a regulation identifier 
number (RIN) to each regulatory action listed in the Unified Agenda of 
Federal Regulations. The Regulatory Information Service Center 
publishes the Unified Agenda in April and October of each year. You may 
use the RIN contained in the heading at the beginning of this document 
to find this action in the Unified Agenda.

List of Subjects in 49 CFR Parts 591 and 592

    Administrative practice and procedure, Crime, Imports, Motor 
vehicle safety, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements, Surety bonds.

    For the reasons discussed in the preamble, NHTSA amends 49 CFR 
parts 591 and 592 as follows:

PART 591--IMPORTATION OF VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT SUBJECT TO FEDERAL 
SAFETY, BUMPER, AND THEFT PREVENTION STANDARDS

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1. The authority citation for Part 591 is revised to read as follows:

    Authority: Pub. L. 100-562, 49 U.S.C. 322(a), 30117, 30141-
30147; delegation of authority at 49 CFR 1.95.


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2. Amend Sec.  591.5 by revising the introductory text to read as 
follows:


Sec.  591.5  Declarations required for importation.

    No person shall import a motor vehicle or item of motor vehicle 
equipment into the United States unless, at the time it is offered for 
importation, its importer files a declaration and documentation, in a 
paper or electronic format accepted by U.S. Customs and Border 
Protection, which declares one of the following:
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3. Amend Sec.  591.6 by revising the introductory text and paragraphs 
(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f) and (g) to read as follows:


Sec.  591.6  Documents accompanying declarations.

    Declarations of eligibility for importation made pursuant to Sec.  
591.5 must be accompanied by the following certification and documents, 
filed either on paper or electronically, as applicable:
    (a) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(a) shall be 
accompanied by a written or electronic statement substantiating that 
the vehicle was not manufactured for use on the public roads or that 
the equipment item was not manufactured for use on a motor vehicle or 
is not an item of motor vehicle equipment.
    (b) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(e) shall be 
accompanied by:
    (1) (For a motor vehicle) a written or electronic document meeting 
the requirements of Sec.  568.4 of Part 568 of this chapter.
    (2) (For an item of motor vehicle equipment) a written or 
electronic statement issued by the manufacturer of the equipment item 
which states the applicable Federal motor vehicle safety standard(s) 
with which the equipment item is not in compliance, and which describes 
the further manufacturing required for the equipment item to perform 
its intended function.
    (c) A declaration made pursuant to paragraph (f) of Sec.  591.5, 
and under a bond for the entry of a single vehicle, shall be 
accompanied by a written or electronic image of a bond in the form 
shown in appendix A to this part, in an amount equal to 150% of the 
dutiable value of the vehicle, or, if under bond for the entry of more 
than one vehicle, shall be accompanied by a written or electronic image 
of a bond in the form shown in appendix B to this part, for the 
conformance of the vehicle(s) with all applicable Federal motor vehicle 
safety and bumper standards, or, if conformance is not achieved, for 
the delivery of such vehicles to the Secretary of Homeland Security for 
export at no cost to the United Sates, or for its abandonment.

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    (d) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(f) by an importer 
who is not a Registered Importer shall be accompanied by a paper or 
electronic copy of the contract or other agreement that the importer 
has with a Registered Importer to bring the vehicle into conformance 
with all applicable Federal motor vehicle safety standards.
    (e) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(h) shall be 
accompanied by a paper or electronic version of the importer's official 
orders or, if a qualifying member of the personnel of a foreign 
government on assignment in the United States, the name of the embassy 
to which the importer is accredited.
    (f) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(j) shall be 
accompanied by the following documentation:
    (1) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(j)(1)(i), (ii), 
(iv), or (v) and (j)(2)(i) shall be accompanied by a paper copy of the 
Administrator's permission letter, or for electronic reporting by 
entering the unique identifying number of the Administrator's 
permission letter into a U.S. Customs and Border Protection electronic 
data collection system, authorizing importation pursuant to Sec.  
591.5(j)(1)(i), (ii), (iv), or (v) and (j)(2)(i). Any person seeking to 
import a motor vehicle or motor vehicle equipment pursuant to these 
sections shall submit, in advance of such importation, a written 
request to the Administrator containing a full and complete statement 
identifying the vehicle or equipment, its make, model, model year or 
date of manufacture, VIN if a motor vehicle, and the specific 
purpose(s) of importation. The discussion of purpose(s) shall include a 
description of the use to be made of the vehicle or equipment. If use 
on the public roads is an integral part of the purpose for which the 
vehicle or equipment is imported, the statement shall request 
permission for use on the public roads, describing the purpose which 
makes such use necessary, and stating the estimated period of time 
during which use of the vehicle or equipment on the public roads is 
necessary. The request shall also state the intended means of final 
disposition, and disposition date, of the vehicle or equipment after 
completion of the purposes for which it is imported. The request shall 
be addressed to: Director, Office of Vehicle Safety Compliance, Fourth 
Floor, Room W43-481, Mail Code NVS-220, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., 
Washington, DC 20590.
    (2) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(j)(1)(iii) and 
(j)(2)(i) shall be accompanied by a paper copy of the Administrator's 
permission letter, or for electronic reporting by entering the unique 
identifying number of the Administrator's permission letter into a U.S. 
Customs and Border Protection electronic data collection system, 
authorizing importation pursuant to Sec.  591.5(j)(1)(iii) and 
(j)(2)(i). Any person seeking to import a motor vehicle or motor 
vehicle equipment pursuant to those sections shall submit, in advance 
of such importation, a written request to the Administrator containing 
a full and complete statement identifying the equipment item or the 
vehicle and its make, model, model year or date of manufacture, VIN, 
and mileage at the time the request is made. The importer's written 
request to the Administrator shall explain why the vehicle or equipment 
item is of historical or technological interest. The importer shall 
also state that until the vehicle is not less than 25 years old, (s)he 
shall not sell, or transfer possession of, or title to, the vehicle, 
and shall not license it for use, or operate it on the public roads, 
except under such terms and conditions as the Administrator may 
authorize. If the importer wishes to operate the vehicle on the public 
roads, the request to the Administrator shall include a description of 
the purposes for which (s)he wishes to use it on the public roads, a 
copy of an insurance policy or a contract to acquire an insurance 
policy, which contains as a condition thereof that the vehicle will not 
accumulate mileage of more than 2,500 miles in any 12-month period and 
a statement that the importer shall maintain such policy in effect 
until the vehicle is not less than 25 years old, a statement that the 
importer will allow the Administrator to inspect the vehicle at any 
time after its importation to verify that the accumulated mileage of 
the vehicle is not more than 2,500 miles in any 12-month period, and a 
statement that the vehicle will not be used on the public roads unless 
it is in compliance with the regulations of the Environmental 
Protection Agency.
    (3) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(j)(2)(ii) shall be 
accompanied by the importer's written statement, or by entering in 
electronic format information contained in the statement, into the U.S. 
Customs and Border Protection electronic data collection system, 
describing the use to be made of the vehicle or equipment item. If use 
on the public roads is an integral part of the purpose for which the 
vehicle or equipment item is imported, the statement shall describe the 
purpose which makes such use necessary, state the estimated period of 
time during which use of the vehicle or equipment item on the public 
roads is necessary, and state the intended means of final disposition 
(and disposition date) of the vehicle or equipment item after 
completion of the purpose for which it is imported.
    (g) A declaration made pursuant to Sec.  591.5(l) shall be 
accompanied by the following documentation:
    (1) A paper copy of the Administrator's permission letter, or for 
electronic reporting by entering the unique identifying number of the 
Administrator's permission letter into a U.S. Customs and Border 
Protection electronic data collection system, authorizing importation 
pursuant to Sec.  591.5(l). A Registered Importer seeking to import a 
motor vehicle pursuant to this section must submit, in advance of such 
importation, a written request to the Administrator containing a full 
and complete statement identifying the vehicle, its original 
manufacturer, model, model year (if assigned), date of manufacture, and 
VIN. The statement must also declare that the specific purpose of 
importing this vehicle is to prepare a petition to the Administrator 
requesting a determination whether the vehicle is eligible for 
importation pursuant to Part 593 and that the importer has filed, or 
intends to file within 180 days of the vehicle's entry date, a petition 
pursuant to Sec.  593.5. The request must be addressed to: Director, 
Office of Vehicle Safety Compliance, Fourth Floor, Room W43-481, Mail 
Code NVS-220, 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE., Washington, DC 20590.
    (2) [Reserved]

PART 592--REGISTERED IMPORTERS OF VEHICLES NOT ORIGINALLY 
MANUFACTURED TO CONFORM TO THE FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY 
STANDARDS

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4. The authority citation for Part 592 is revised to read as follows:

    Authority: Pub. L. 100-562, 49 U.S.C. 322(a), 30117, 30141-
30147; delegation of authority at 49 CFR 1.95.


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5. Amend Sec.  592.6 by revising paragraph (a) to read as follows:


Sec.  592.  Duties of a registered importer.

* * * * *
    (a) With respect to each motor vehicle that it imports into the 
United States, assure that the Administrator has decided that the 
vehicle is eligible for importation pursuant to Part 593 of this 
chapter prior to such importation. The Registered Importer must also 
bring such vehicle into conformity with all applicable Federal motor 
vehicle safety standards prescribed under Part 571 of this chapter and 
the bumper standard

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prescribed under Part 581 of this chapter, if applicable, and furnish 
certification to the Administrator pursuant to paragraph (e) of this 
section, within 120 calendar days after such entry. For each motor 
vehicle, the Registered Importer must furnish to the Secretary of 
Homeland Security at the time of importation a bond in an amount equal 
to 150 percent of the dutiable value of the vehicle, as determined by 
the Secretary of Homeland Security, to ensure that such vehicle either 
will be brought into conformity with all applicable Federal motor 
vehicle safety and bumper standards or will be exported (at no cost to 
the United States) by the importer or the Secretary of Homeland 
Security or abandoned to the United States. However, if the Registered 
Importer has procured a continuous entry bond, it must furnish the 
Administrator with such bond, and must furnish the Secretary of 
Homeland Security (acting on behalf of the Administrator) with a paper 
or electronic copy, in a format accepted by U.S. Customs and Border 
Protection, of such bond at the time of importation of each motor 
vehicle.
* * * * *

    Issued in Washington, DC, on August 25, 2015 under authority 
delegated in 49 CFR Part 1.95.
Mark R. Rosekind,
Administrator.
[FR Doc. 2015-21505 Filed 9-1-15; 8:45 am]
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