National Award for the Advancement of Motor Vehicle Research and Development
An award was established by the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991. It is open to domestic motor vehicle manufacturers, suppliers and personnel of federal laboratories for work in the fields of motor vehicle safety, energy savings or environmental impact.
|March 1994||Dr. Priyaranjan Prasad||Dr. Prasad's work in applied crash simulation and biomechanical research, including the effects of crashes on the human spine|
|April 1995||PACCAR||The team of Larry Orr, Tim Kangas, Wayne Simons, Dick Drollinger, Roy Merryman and Don Richardson of PACCAR for their work in the research and development of aerodynamic heavy trucks|
|April 1996||Dr. John B. Heywood||Dr. Heywood's engine-related research at a fundamental level leading to engine design and emission control concepts used throughout the automotive industry|
|May 1997||Paul S. Fancher Jr.||Mr. Fancher's outstanding career in traffic safety research|
|25 April 2006||NHTSA NAMES RECIPIENT OF SAFETY RESEARCH AWARD||NHTSA|
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