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Research comprises creative work undertaken on a systematic basis in order to increase the stock of knowledge, including knowledge of man, culture and society, and the use of this stock of knowledge to devise new applications. It is used to establish or confirm facts, reaffirm the results of previous work, solve new or existing problems, support theorems, or develop new theories. A research project may also be an expansion on past work in the field. To test the validity of instruments, procedures, or experiments, research may replicate elements of prior projects, or the project as a whole. - source

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Accident Reconstruction Research: Recall Databases

If you do not find your information listed using this search, it means we do not have a recall for your information in our database.

Please note that documents which are summarized here may be ordered from NHTSA Technical Information Services. Fees are involved in providing these documents. The following link describes TIS Fees. Also described is the TIS Reading Room, where visitors can view and/or copy documents and files.

Use the following links to locate defect and recall information:

Vehicles: This links to the Monthly Vehicle Recall Reports for the past 6 months.

Child Safety Seat: Child safety seat recalls from 1990 to date, by manufacturer.

    Child Restraints: The search engine allows you to retrieve information by equipment producer and/or model.

    Tires: The search engine allows you to retrieve information by equipment producer and/or model.

    Equipment: The search engine allows you to retrieve information by equipment producer and/or model.

    Recall Booklet: The purpose of this booklet is to answer the most commonly asked recall related questions.

    Recall Search by Make and Model: The search engine allows you to retrieve information by the vehicle or equipment producer and/or model.

    Recall Database List and Downloads: File dump of all vehicle, equipment and tire safety recall campaigns from 1966 to present. Updated weekly.

    VOQ: This is an on-line form to report a safety-related defect or a problem with a safety recall in your motor vehicle or motor vehicle equipment.

    Recall Problem: What does it mean when a manufacturer initiates a safety recall involving vehicles or items of motor vehicle equipment?

    Recall and Quarterly Guide/Form: Guide for vehicle or equipment manufacturer's to use in filing a Defect or Noncompliance Information Report, and quarterly recall status reports.

    Safety Recall Compendium: A recall program guide for the manufacturer preparing to conduct a safety recall.

Not finding what you are looking for?

The ARC Network is continually searching the Internet and other data sources to bring you the most accurate and fresh data available. As we continually build this area of our web site we would like to hear your suggestions for research topics and helpful web site links. Simply contact us via email or phone and we will review your suggestions.

Join the ARC Network for access to additional research material

Members of the ARC Network have access to the members only portal web site that contains the following additional research information:

  • Vehicle Specifications Online Database
  • Crash Stiffness Online Database
  • Online Equation Solver
  • Motorcycle Specifications Online Database
  • Article Library

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