Electronic Stability Control

Electronic Stability Control was one of the first, and most effective, safety systems aimed at preventing accidents happening in the first place rather than, like airbags or seatbelts, reducing the severity of injuries.

49 CFR Parts 571 & 585126 As part of a comprehensive plan for reducing the serious risk of rollover crashes and the risk of death and serious injury in those crashes, this rule establishes Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 126 to require electronic stability control (ESC) systems on passenger cars, multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, and buses with a gross vehicle ...

This final rule addresses a petition for reconsideration of the final rule for FMVSS No. 136, Electronic stability control systems for heavy vehicles. The petitioner, Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association (EMA), requested that NHTSA amend the test conditions for the agency's performance test...

Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx made it official Wednesday: Electronic stability control (ESC) systems will be required on large trucks and buses beginning in 2017. But it’s no surprise to ...

Electronic stability control systems such as GM's StabiliTrak not only helps to enhance vehicle safety, but also increases driver confidence and control.

Technical specifications. Components of the Electronic Stability Program ESP ® from Bosch. ESP-Hydraulic unit with integrated Engine Control Unit (ECU)

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Electronic throttle control (ETC) is an automobile technology which electronically "connects" the accelerator pedal to the throttle, replacing a mechanical linkage. A typical ETC system consists of three major components: (i) an accelerator pedal module (ideally with two or more independent sensors), (ii) a throttle valve that can be opened and closed by an electric motor (sometimes referred ...

Identification of Electronic Stability Control (ESC) The following evidence is acceptable proof that the vehicle is fitted with an ESC system: The presence and correct operation of appropriate ESC tell-tale indicators on the vehicle’s dashboard

Sway control isn't enough. You need emergency stability control.

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    Electronic Stability Control was one of the first, and most effective, safety systems aimed at preventing accidents happening in the first place rather than, like airbags or .

  • Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Electronic

    49 CFR Parts 571 585126 As part of a comprehensive plan for reducing the serious risk of rollover crashes and the risk of and serious injury in those crashes, this rule establishes Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard FMVSS No. 126 to require electronic stability control ESC systems on passenger cars, multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, and buses with a gross vehicle .

  • Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Electronic Stability

    This final rule addresses a petition for reconsideration of the final rule for FMVSS No. 136, Electronic stability control systems for heavy vehicles. The petitioner, Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association EMA , requested that NHTSA amend the test conditions for the agency’s performance test .

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    Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx made it official Wednesday Electronic stability control ESC systems will be required on large trucks and buses beginning in 2017. But it’s no surprise to .