Corporate Average Fuel Economy Reporting

OMB 2127-0019

OMB 2127-0019

NHTSA’s corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) information is a mandatory collection to ensure CAFE compliance. NHTSA estimates that approximately 23 motor vehicle manufacturers will respond to the information collection in each of the next three years. This collection includes bi-annual reporting requirements, additional as-needed reporting, and the information collection for a petition process. The reporting requirements in 49 CFR Part 537 obligate a manufacturer to submit reports to the Secretary of Transportation regarding whether the manufacturer will comply with an applicable CAFE standard for the model year for which the report is made; the actions a manufacturer has taken or intends to take to comply with the standard; and other information the Secretary requires by regulation. A manufacturer must submit a report containing the above information during the 30-day period before the beginning of each model year, and during the 30-day period beginning the 180th day of the model year. When a manufacturer decides that actions reported are not sufficient to ensure compliance with that standard, the manufacturer must report additional actions it intends to take to comply with the standard and include a statement about whether those actions are sufficient to ensure compliance. NHTSA is requesting approval for this information collection to be modified as follows: added burden for other types of CAFE reporting requirements established by Congress and NHTSA in 49 CFR Parts 525, 534, and 536 which applies to manufacturers seeking exemptions, making changes in corporate relationships, and managing CAFE credits; added burden for CAFE reporting requirements adopted in the October 15, 2012, final rule (see 77 FR 62623); added burden for CAFE reporting requirements adopted in the April 30, 2020, final rule (see 85 FR 24174); and changing the name of this collection to more accurately represent the breadth of all CAFE regulatory reporting from “49 CFR Part 537, Automotive Fuel Economy Reports” to “Corporate Average Fuel Economy Reporting.” The modifications and adjustments in burden in calculations results in an increase of 830 hours and (from 3,189 to 4,019).

The latest form for Corporate Average Fuel Economy Reporting expires 2024-01-31 and can be found here.

All Historical Document Collections
Revision of a currently approved collection 2022-11-17
Comment filed on proposed rule and continue
Revision of a currently approved collection 2021-10-15
Reinstatement without change of a previously approved collection 2020-07-30
Comment filed on proposed rule
Reinstatement with change of a previously approved collection 2018-09-14
Comment filed on proposed rule and continue
Revision of a currently approved collection 2016-01-28
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2012-12-01
Approved with change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2009-05-30
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 2006-03-30
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 2004-06-29
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 2001-07-23
Approved without change
Extension without change of a currently approved collection 1998-05-14
Approved without change
Reinstatement with change of a previously approved collection 1998-02-06
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1993-12-17
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1991-03-12
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1988-03-08
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1985-05-14
Approved without change
Revision of a currently approved collection 1982-05-21
Approved without change
New collection (Request for a new OMB Control Number) 1977-11-08
OMB Details

537.5,6 and 7 - Pre-model Year Reports

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