Final Theft Data; Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard, 13150-13155 [E8-4951]

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E8–4976 Filed 3–11–08; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 6712–01–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 49 CFR Part 541 [Docket No. NHTSA–2007–28874] Final Theft Data; Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Department of Transportation. jlentini on PROD1PC65 with RULES AGENCY: VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:40 Mar 11, 2008 Jkt 214001 ACTION: Publication of final theft data. SUMMARY: This document publishes the final data on thefts of model year (MY) 2005 passenger motor vehicles that occurred in calendar year (CY) 2005. The final 2005 theft data indicate an increase in the vehicle theft rate experienced in CY/MY 2005. The final theft rate for MY 2005 passenger vehicles stolen in calendar year 2005 (1.85 thefts per thousand vehicles) increased by 1.1 percent from the theft rate for CY/MY 2004 (1.83 thefts per thousand vehicles) when compared to the theft rate experienced in CY/MY 2004. As explained in this notice, NHTSA is not concerned at this time about this minor increase. Publication of these data fulfills NHTSA’s statutory obligation to periodically obtain accurate and timely theft data and publish the information for review and comment. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Carlita Ballard, Office of International Policy, Fuel Economy and Consumer Programs, NHTSA, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590. Ms. Ballard’s telephone number is (202) 366–0846. Her fax number is (202) 493– 2990. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: NHTSA administers a program for reducing motor vehicle theft. The central feature of this program is the Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard, 49 CFR part 541. The standard specifies performance requirements for inscribing and affixing vehicle identification numbers (VINs) onto certain major original equipment and replacement parts of high-theft lines of passenger motor vehicles. The agency is required by 49 U.S.C. 33104(b)(4) to periodically obtain, from the most reliable source, accurate and timely theft data and publish the data for review and comment. To fulfill this statutory mandate, NHTSA has published theft data annually beginning with MYs 1983/84. Continuing to fulfill the section 33104(b)(4) mandate, this document reports the final theft data for CY 2005, the most recent calendar year for which data are available. In calculating the 2005 theft rates, NHTSA followed the same procedures it used in calculating the MY 2004 theft PO 00000 Frm 00080 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 rates. (For 2004 theft data calculations, see 71 FR 59400, October 10, 2006). As in all previous reports, NHTSA’s data were based on information provided to NHTSA by the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The NCIC is a government system that receives vehicle theft information from nearly 23,000 criminal justice agencies and other law enforcement authorities throughout the United States. The NCIC data also include reported thefts of selfinsured and uninsured vehicles, not all of which are reported to other data sources. The 2005 theft rate for each vehicle line was calculated by dividing the number of reported thefts of MY 2005 vehicles of that line stolen during calendar year 2005 by the total number of vehicles in that line manufactured for MY 2005, as reported to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The final 2005 theft data show a slight increase in the vehicle theft rate when compared to the theft rate experienced in CY/MY 2004. The final theft rate for MY 2005 passenger vehicles stolen in calendar year 2005 increased to 1.85 thefts per thousand vehicles produced, an increase of 1.1 percent from the rate of 1.83 thefts per thousand vehicles experienced by MY 2004 vehicles in CY 2004. NHTSA is not currently concerned with this minor increase in the theft rate. While NHTSA has seen an overall downward trend in theft rates since CY 1993, there have been periods of increase from one year to the next. This increase is lower than any seen in this period. Therefore, NHTSA does not expect that it indicates the beginning of an upward trend for theft rates. For MY 2005 vehicles, out of a total of 233 vehicle lines, 24 lines had a theft rate higher than 3.5826 per thousand vehicles, the established median theft rate for MYs 1990/1991. (See 59 FR 12400, March 16, 1994). Of the 24 vehicle lines with a theft rate higher than 3.5826, 21 are passenger car lines, two are multipurpose passenger vehicle lines, and one is a light-duty truck line. E:\FR\FM\12MRR1.SGM 12MRR1 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 49 / Wednesday, March 12, 2008 / Rules and Regulations On Monday, October 15, 2007, NHTSA published the preliminary theft rates for CY 2005 passenger motor vehicles in the Federal Register (72 FR 58268). The agency tentatively ranked each of the MY 2005 vehicle lines in descending order of theft rate. The public was requested to comment on the accuracy of the data and to provide final production figures for individual vehicle lines. The agency received no comments in the public docket. However, subsequent to publishing the MY 2005 preliminary theft rate notice (72 FR 58268), the agency was informed that corrections to the original production figures for some Suzuki vehicle lines had been reported to EPA. The agency has revised the MY 2005 final theft data to reflect those corrections. Specifically, as a result of the new production figures provided the Suzuki Aerio which ranked No. 2 with a theft rate of 6.5232, is still ranked No. 2 with a new theft rate of 5.9386; the Suzuki Forenza which ranked No. 19 with a theft rate of 3.8638, is now ranked No. 20 with a new theft rate of 3.7157; the Suzuki Vitara/Grand Vitara which ranked No. 28 with a theft rate 13151 of 3.3005, is now ranked No. 29 with a new theft rate of 3.2630; and the Suzuki Verona which ranked No. 32 with a theft rate of 3.1043, is still ranked No. 32 with a new theft rate of 3.1039. The following list represents NHTSA’s final calculation of theft rates for all 2005 passenger motor vehicle lines. This list is intended to inform the public of calendar year 2005 motor vehicle thefts of model year 2005 vehicles and does not have any effect on the obligations of regulated parties under 49 U.S.C. Chapter 331, Theft Prevention. FINAL REPORT OF THEFT RATES FOR MODEL YEAR 2005 PASSENGER MOTOR VEHICLES STOLEN IN CALENDAR YEAR 2005 Make/model (line) 1 TOYOTA ...................................................... 2 SUZUKI ........................................................ 3 KIA ............................................................... 4 MERCEDES BENZ ...................................... 5 JAGUAR ...................................................... 6 GENERAL MOTORS ................................... 7 MITSUBISHI ................................................ 8 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ................................. 9 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ................................. 10 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................... 11 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................... 12 KIA ............................................................. 13 MITSUBISHI .............................................. 14 NISSAN ...................................................... TOYOTA TUNDRA PICKUP .......................... AERIO ............................................................ RIO ................................................................. 215 (CL–CLASS) ........................................... XKR ................................................................ CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO ...................... GALANT ......................................................... DODGE NEON ............................................... DODGE MAGNUM ......................................... CHRYSLER SEBRING .................................. DODGE STRATUS ........................................ OPTIMA .......................................................... LANCER ......................................................... SENTRA ......................................................... VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:40 Mar 11, 2008 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00081 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 Thefts 2005 E:\FR\FM\12MRR1.SGM 265 77 156 9 4 188 150 783 387 242 452 145 141 519 12MRR1 Production (Mfr’s) 2005 14,194 12,966 26,328 1,601 748 35,876 28,808 154,231 79,254 49,892 94,735 31,362 31,226 116,354 2005 Theft rate (per 1,000 vehicles produced) 18.6699 5.9386 5.9253 5.6215 5.3476 5.2403 5.2069 5.0768 4.8830 4.8505 4.7712 4.6234 4.5155 4.4605 ER12MR08.003</GPH> jlentini on PROD1PC65 with RULES Manufacturer 13152 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 49 / Wednesday, March 12, 2008 / Rules and Regulations FINAL REPORT OF THEFT RATES FOR MODEL YEAR 2005 PASSENGER MOTOR VEHICLES STOLEN IN CALENDAR YEAR 2005—Continued jlentini on PROD1PC65 with RULES Manufacturer 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 Make/model (line) GENERAL MOTORS ................................. TOYOTA .................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. TOYOTA .................................................... NISSAN ...................................................... SUZUKI ...................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. HONDA ...................................................... KIA ............................................................. HONDA ...................................................... MASERATI ................................................. GENERAL MOTORS ................................. DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................... TOYOTA .................................................... SUZUKI ...................................................... TOYOTA .................................................... DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................... SUZUKI ...................................................... HYUNDAI ................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. HYUNDAI ................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. NISSAN ...................................................... MITSUBISHI .............................................. FORD MOTOR CO. ................................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. NISSAN ...................................................... NISSAN ...................................................... NISSAN ...................................................... MAZDA ...................................................... SUZUKI ...................................................... TOYOTA .................................................... SUBARU .................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. FORD MOTOR CO. ................................... FORD MOTOR CO. ................................... TOYOTA .................................................... BMW .......................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. ROLLS ROYCE ......................................... FORD MOTOR CO. ................................... MITSUBISHI .............................................. GENERAL MOTORS ................................. NISSAN ...................................................... DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................... GENERAL MOTORS ................................. BMW .......................................................... TOYOTA .................................................... TOYOTA .................................................... NISSAN ...................................................... MITSUBISHI .............................................. HYUNDAI ................................................... MAZDA ...................................................... HYUNDAI ................................................... MITSUBISHI .............................................. GENERAL MOTORS ................................. NISSAN ...................................................... KIA ............................................................. FORD MOTOR CO. ................................... VOLKSWAGEN ......................................... HONDA ...................................................... KIA ............................................................. MERCEDES BENZ .................................... HONDA ...................................................... ISUZU ........................................................ MAZDA ...................................................... KIA ............................................................. TOYOTA .................................................... VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:40 Mar 11, 2008 Jkt 214001 Thefts 2005 CHEVROLET MALIBU ................................... TOYOTA ECHO ............................................. PONTIAC GRAND AM ................................... LEXUS GS ..................................................... INFINITI FX45 ................................................ FORENZA ...................................................... CHEVROLET CAVALIER .............................. ACURA RSX .................................................. SPECTRA ...................................................... S2000 ............................................................. SPYDER/F1 ................................................... PONTIAC SUNFIRE ...................................... CHRYSLER SEBRING CONVERTIBLE ........ TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER ................................ VITARA/GRAND VITARA .............................. LEXUS IS ....................................................... CHRYSLER 300 ............................................. VERONA ........................................................ ACCENT ......................................................... CHEVROLET AVEO ...................................... TIBURON ....................................................... CHEVROLET IMPALA ................................... 350Z ............................................................... ECLIPSE ........................................................ LINCOLN LS .................................................. CHEVROLET COBALT .................................. INFINITI QX56 ............................................... MAXIMA ......................................................... ALTIMA .......................................................... 6 ..................................................................... RENO ............................................................. SCION XB ...................................................... IMPREZA ....................................................... PONTIAC GRAND PRIX ................................ FORD TAURUS ............................................. FORD FOCUS ............................................... TOYOTA CELICA .......................................... M3 .................................................................. PONTIAC GTO .............................................. PHANTOM ..................................................... FORD MUSTANG .......................................... OUTLANDER ................................................. CHEVROLET BLAZER S10/T10 ................... INFINITI FX35 ................................................ JEEP WRANGLER ........................................ CADILLAC XLR .............................................. 6 ..................................................................... TOYOTA COROLLA ...................................... SCION TC ...................................................... FRONTIER PICKUP ...................................... ENDEAVOR ................................................... SONATA ......................................................... B SERIES PICKUP ........................................ ELANTRA ....................................................... MONTERO ..................................................... PONTIAC G6 ................................................. XTERRA ......................................................... SEDONA VAN ................................................ FORD RANGER PICKUP .............................. GOLF/GTI ....................................................... CIVIC .............................................................. SORENTO ...................................................... 203 (C–CLASS) ............................................. ACURA TSX ................................................... ASCENDER ................................................... RX–8 .............................................................. AMANTI .......................................................... SCION XA ...................................................... PO 00000 Frm 00082 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\12MRR1.SGM 908 43 248 12 7 129 351 69 191 32 1 132 114 3 81 20 499 23 158 196 46 701 82 25 64 410 36 209 1,035 191 16 187 103 284 527 637 11 14 28 1 362 36 12 72 178 9 25 864 146 146 46 175 12 277 8 128 113 156 209 29 577 114 139 70 14 34 43 60 12MRR1 Production (Mfr’s) 2005 212,400 10,540 61,502 3,004 1,850 34,718 95,838 19,135 53,027 8,921 289 38,239 33,498 912 24,824 6,343 158,545 7,410 51,121 64,250 15,100 230,633 27,146 8,471 21,743 140,975 12,666 73,931 368,779 68,252 5,736 67,396 38,390 107,972 201,826 245,780 4,258 5,471 11,065 399 145,599 14,983 5,018 30,172 74,706 3,828 10,636 368,744 62,321 62,799 20,871 79,781 5,686 132,495 3,829 62,481 55,179 76,527 103,723 14,447 288,917 57,272 70,818 35,836 7,219 17,608 22,858 32,132 2005 Theft rate (per 1,000 vehicles produced) 4.2750 4.0797 4.0324 3.9947 3.7838 3.7157 3.6624 3.6060 3.6019 3.5870 3.4602 3.4520 3.4032 3.2895 3.2630 3.1531 3.1474 3.1039 3.0907 3.0506 3.0464 3.0395 3.0207 2.9512 2.9435 2.9083 2.8423 2.8270 2.8066 2.7985 2.7894 2.7746 2.6830 2.6303 2.6112 2.5917 2.5834 2.5589 2.5305 2.5063 2.4863 2.4027 2.3914 2.3863 2.3827 2.3511 2.3505 2.3431 2.3427 2.3249 2.2040 2.1935 2.1104 2.0906 2.0893 2.0486 2.0479 2.0385 2.0150 2.0073 1.9971 1.9905 1.9628 1.9533 1.9393 1.9309 1.8812 1.8673 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 49 / Wednesday, March 12, 2008 / Rules and Regulations 13153 FINAL REPORT OF THEFT RATES FOR MODEL YEAR 2005 PASSENGER MOTOR VEHICLES STOLEN IN CALENDAR YEAR 2005—Continued jlentini on PROD1PC65 with RULES Manufacturer Make/model (line) 83 TOYOTA .................................................... 84 JAGUAR .................................................... 85 NISSAN ...................................................... 86 JAGUAR .................................................... 87 MAZDA ...................................................... 88 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................... 89 TOYOTA .................................................... 90 NISSAN ...................................................... 91 NISSAN ...................................................... 92 MERCEDES BENZ .................................... 93 SUBARU .................................................... 94 AUDI .......................................................... 95 GENERAL MOTORS ................................. 96 TOYOTA .................................................... 97 NISSAN ...................................................... 98 GENERAL MOTORS ................................. 99 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................... 100 MERCEDES BENZ .................................. 101 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 102 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 103 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 104 SAAB ....................................................... 105 HONDA .................................................... 106 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 107 HONDA .................................................... 108 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 109 BMW ........................................................ 110 BMW ........................................................ 111 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 112 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 113 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................. 114 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 115 KIA ........................................................... 116 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 117 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 118 MERCEDES BENZ .................................. 119 NISSAN .................................................... 120 TOYOTA .................................................. 121 HYUNDAI ................................................. 122 HYUNDAI ................................................. 123 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 124 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 125 VOLKSWAGEN ....................................... 126 AUDI ........................................................ 127 VOLKSWAGEN ....................................... 128 MAZDA .................................................... 129 JAGUAR .................................................. 130 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 131 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 132 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 133 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................. 134 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 135 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 136 BMW ........................................................ 137 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................. 138 TOYOTA .................................................. 139 DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................. 140 HYUNDAI ................................................. 141 ASTON MARTIN ...................................... 142 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 143 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 144 VOLVO ..................................................... 145 MERCEDES BENZ .................................. 146 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. 147 BMW ........................................................ 148 TOYOTA .................................................. 149 GENERAL MOTORS ............................... 150 FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. TOYOTA TACOMA PICKUP ......................... XJ8/XJ8L ........................................................ INFINITI G35 .................................................. S–TYPE .......................................................... 3 ..................................................................... CHRYSLER PT CRUISER ............................. LEXUS SC ..................................................... INFINITI Q45 .................................................. PATHFINDER ................................................ 208 (CLK–CLASS) ......................................... BAJA .............................................................. A4/A4 QUATTRO/S4/S4 AVANT ................... CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER ........................ TOYOTA CAMRY/SOLARA ........................... QUEST VAN .................................................. PONTIAC AZTEK ........................................... JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE ........................... 170 (SLK–CLASS) ......................................... BUICK CENTURY .......................................... FORD EXPLORER ........................................ MERCURY SABLE ........................................ 9–2X ............................................................... ACCORD ........................................................ FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC ................ ACURA 3.2 TL ............................................... CHEVROLET COLORADO ............................ 3 ..................................................................... 5 ..................................................................... MERCURY MOUNTAINEER ......................... SATURN ION ................................................. CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE .............................. GMC ENVOY ................................................. SPORTAGE ................................................... GMC CANYON PICKUP ................................ LINCOLN TOWN CAR ................................... 129 (SL–CLASS) ............................................ MURANO ....................................................... TOYOTA MATRIX .......................................... SANTA FE ...................................................... XG300 ............................................................ PONTIAC VIBE .............................................. CADILLAC DEVILLE ...................................... JETTA ............................................................ A8 ................................................................... PHAETON ...................................................... TRIBUTE ........................................................ VANDEN PLAS/SUPER V8 ........................... FORD CROWN VICTORIA ............................ FORD FREESTAR VAN ................................ CHEVROLET ASTRO VAN ........................... CHRYSLER PACIFICA .................................. PONTIAC BONNEVILLE ................................ CADILLAC CTS ............................................. 7 ..................................................................... DODGE CARAVAN/GRAND CARAVAN ....... TOYOTA 4RUNNER ...................................... DODGE VIPER .............................................. TUCSON ........................................................ DB9 ................................................................ GMC SAFARI VAN ........................................ FORD FIVE HUNDRED ................................. V70 ................................................................. 220 (S–CLASS) .............................................. FORD THUNDERBIRD .................................. X3 ................................................................... LEXUS LS ...................................................... CHEVROLET EQUINOX ................................ FORD ESCAPE ............................................. VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:40 Mar 11, 2008 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00083 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 Thefts 2005 E:\FR\FM\12MRR1.SGM 283 8 120 25 158 240 16 3 143 37 14 80 311 732 60 17 356 17 65 317 58 9 576 83 125 206 88 42 48 104 36 102 35 56 67 15 102 99 100 27 95 76 116 7 1 68 4 24 92 29 146 26 74 9 440 127 2 71 1 5 109 9 13 10 31 31 192 252 12MRR1 Production (Mfr’s) 2005 151,776 4,330 65,227 13,629 86,184 133,335 9,019 1,712 82,667 21,724 8,244 47,470 184,671 437,173 35,913 10,197 214,714 10,310 40,051 196,740 36,134 5,713 371,940 53,640 82,497 136,994 58,554 28,346 32,416 71,021 24,679 70,105 24,351 39,149 46,853 10,586 72,482 72,719 73,979 20,099 71,357 57,246 87,710 5,336 768 52,267 3,075 18,754 72,690 23,439 118,329 21,519 61,323 7,495 367,439 106,810 1,692 61,346 874 4,441 97,689 8,070 11,831 9,189 28,657 29,049 183,758 243,658 2005 Theft rate (per 1,000 vehicles produced) 1.8646 1.8476 1.8397 1.8343 1.8333 1.8000 1.7740 1.7523 1.7298 1.7032 1.6982 1.6853 1.6841 1.6744 1.6707 1.6672 1.6580 1.6489 1.6229 1.6113 1.6051 1.5754 1.5486 1.5474 1.5152 1.5037 1.5029 1.4817 1.4808 1.4644 1.4587 1.4550 1.4373 1.4304 1.4300 1.4170 1.4072 1.3614 1.3517 1.3434 1.3313 1.3276 1.3225 1.3118 1.3021 1.3010 1.3008 1.2797 1.2656 1.2373 1.2338 1.2082 1.2067 1.2008 1.1975 1.1890 1.1820 1.1574 1.1442 1.1259 1.1158 1.1152 1.0988 1.0883 1.0818 1.0672 1.0449 1.0342 13154 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 49 / Wednesday, March 12, 2008 / Rules and Regulations FINAL REPORT OF THEFT RATES FOR MODEL YEAR 2005 PASSENGER MOTOR VEHICLES STOLEN IN CALENDAR YEAR 2005—Continued jlentini on PROD1PC65 with RULES Manufacturer 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 Make/model (line) DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................. TOYOTA .................................................. TOYOTA .................................................. TOYOTA .................................................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... TOYOTA .................................................. PORSCHE ............................................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... ROLLS ROYCE ....................................... VOLVO ..................................................... TOYOTA .................................................. BMW ........................................................ HONDA .................................................... FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. TOYOTA .................................................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... VOLKSWAGEN ....................................... PORSCHE ............................................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... TOYOTA .................................................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... LAND ROVER ......................................... MAZDA .................................................... HONDA .................................................... VOLKSWAGEN ....................................... AUDI ........................................................ DAIMLERCHRYSLER ............................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... VOLVO ..................................................... FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. MERCEDES BENZ .................................. VOLVO ..................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... VOLVO ..................................................... BMW ........................................................ HONDA .................................................... SAAB ....................................................... LOTUS ..................................................... SUBARU .................................................. AUDI ........................................................ HONDA .................................................... HONDA .................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. HONDA .................................................... FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. SAAB ....................................................... MAZDA .................................................... SUBARU .................................................. FORD MOTOR CO. ................................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... TOYOTA .................................................. SUBARU .................................................. JAGUAR .................................................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... SAAB ....................................................... VOLVO ..................................................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... MASERATI ............................................... MASERATI ............................................... HONDA .................................................... ASTON MARTIN ...................................... AUDI ........................................................ VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:40 Mar 11, 2008 Jkt 214001 Thefts 2005 JEEP LIBERTY .............................................. LEXUS ES ...................................................... LEXUS GX ..................................................... TOYOTA AVALON ......................................... CHEVROLET CORVETTE ............................. BUICK LESABRE ........................................... LEXUS RX ..................................................... BOXSTER ...................................................... CHEVROLET VENTURE VAN ...................... BENTLEY CONTINENTAL ............................ S40 ................................................................. TOYOTA RAV4 .............................................. Z4 ................................................................... ELEMENT ...................................................... MERCURY MARINER ................................... SATURN LS ................................................... MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS ..................... TOYOTA HIGHLANDER ................................ BUICK PARK AVENUE ................................. SATURN VUE ................................................ PASSAT ......................................................... 911 ................................................................. CADILLAC STS .............................................. TOYOTA SIENNA VAN ................................. BUICK LACROSSE/ALLURE ......................... FREELANDER ............................................... MPV VAN ....................................................... ACURA 3.5 RL ............................................... NEW BEETLE ................................................ A6/A6 QUATTRO/S6/S6 AVANT ................... CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY ................. BUICK RENDEZVOUS .................................. XC90 .............................................................. MERCURY MONTEREY VAN ....................... 210 (E–CLASS) .............................................. S80 ................................................................. BUICK RAINIER ............................................. S60 ................................................................. MINI COOPER ............................................... CR–V .............................................................. 9–3 ................................................................. ELISE ............................................................. LEGACY/OUTBACK ...................................... ALLROAD QUATTRO .................................... ACURA MDX .................................................. PILOT ............................................................. CHEVROLET UPLANDER VAN .................... CADILLAC SRX ............................................. FORD FREESTYLE ....................................... ODYSSEY VAN ............................................. FORD GT ....................................................... 9–7X ............................................................... MX–5 MIATA .................................................. FORESTER .................................................... MERCURY MONTEGO ................................. PONTIAC MONTANA VAN ............................ TOYOTA PRIUS ............................................ OUTBACK ...................................................... X–TYPE .......................................................... SATURN RELAY ............................................ 9–5 ................................................................. V50 ................................................................. BUICK TERRAZA VAN .................................. GRANSPORT ................................................. QUATTROPORTE ......................................... ACURA NSX .................................................. VANQUISH ..................................................... TT ................................................................... PO 00000 Frm 00084 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\12MRR1.SGM 178 83 28 59 34 105 94 6 24 3 24 75 10 47 29 6 61 113 8 56 30 7 31 144 68 2 15 17 27 12 195 42 33 5 30 8 10 15 30 88 13 2 21 2 35 81 30 13 40 85 1 1 2 24 13 14 46 29 4 6 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 12MRR1 Production (Mfr’s) 2005 173,110 80,735 27,260 57,577 33,810 105,985 96,140 6,142 25,341 3,176 25,722 82,037 11,079 52,440 32,734 6,790 69,862 130,146 9,282 65,105 35,149 8,391 37,226 172,999 81,894 2,441 18,902 21,526 34,410 15,432 253,162 54,775 43,213 6,703 40,445 10,918 13,648 23,029 47,444 144,472 21,433 3,320 34,944 3,420 60,287 142,118 52,713 23,498 75,643 161,742 1,907 1,999 4,135 50,942 28,517 31,583 121,020 79,980 11,299 17,794 6,137 6,909 19,848 490 1,311 249 165 3,375 2005 Theft rate (per 1,000 vehicles produced) 1.0282 1.0281 1.0271 1.0247 1.0056 0.9907 0.9777 0.9769 0.9471 0.9446 0.9331 0.9142 0.9026 0.8963 0.8859 0.8837 0.8731 0.8683 0.8619 0.8601 0.8535 0.8342 0.8328 0.8324 0.8303 0.8193 0.7936 0.7897 0.7847 0.7776 0.7703 0.7668 0.7637 0.7459 0.7417 0.7327 0.7327 0.6514 0.6323 0.6091 0.6065 0.6024 0.6010 0.5848 0.5806 0.5699 0.5691 0.5532 0.5288 0.5255 0.5244 0.5003 0.4837 0.4711 0.4559 0.4433 0.3801 0.3626 0.3540 0.3372 0.3259 0.2895 0.1008 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 Federal Register / Vol. 73, No. 49 / Wednesday, March 12, 2008 / Rules and Regulations 13155 FINAL REPORT OF THEFT RATES FOR MODEL YEAR 2005 PASSENGER MOTOR VEHICLES STOLEN IN CALENDAR YEAR 2005—Continued Manufacturer 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 Make/model (line) ROLLS ROYCE ....................................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... FERRARI ................................................. FERRARI ................................................. FERRARI ................................................. GENERAL MOTORS ............................... GENERAL MOTORS ............................... HONDA .................................................... JAGUAR .................................................. JAGUAR .................................................. NISSAN .................................................... NISSAN .................................................... SPYKER .................................................. VOLVO ..................................................... Issued on: March 7, 2008. Stephen R. Kratzke, Associate Administrator for Rulemaking. [FR Doc. E8–4951 Filed 3–11–08; 8:45 am] BENTLEY ARNAGE ....................................... CADILLAC FUNERAL COACH/HEARSE ...... CADILLAC LIMOUSINE ................................. MARANELLO/F1 ............................................ SCAGLIETTI/F1 ............................................. SPIDER/F1 ..................................................... CHEVROLET CLASSIC ................................. GMC K2500 ................................................... INSIGHT ......................................................... XJR ................................................................. XK8 ................................................................. ARMADA ........................................................ TITAN ............................................................. C8 ................................................................... XC70 .............................................................. Administration, 601 South 12th Street, Arlington, VA 22202–4220; telephone (571) 227–2657; facsimile (571) 227– 1380; e-mail Christine.Beyer@dhs.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: BILLING CODE 4910–59–P Background DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY Transportation Security Administration 49 CFR Part 1572 [Docket Nos. TSA–2006–24191; TSA Amendment No. 1572–8] RIN 1652–AA41 Title: Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Implementation in the Maritime Sector; Hazardous Materials Endorsement for a Commercial Driver’s License; Correction Transportation Security Administration, DHS. ACTION: Correcting amendments. jlentini on PROD1PC65 with RULES AGENCY: SUMMARY: This amendment clarifies that E–2 Visa (Treaty Investor) holders are eligible for a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), and corrects an error in the final rule published on January 25, 2007 72 FR 4392. The amendment adds the E–2 Visa as one of the permissible visa categories for TWIC applicants. Holders of E–2 Visas were explicitly listed as eligible to hold a TWIC in the preamble of the rule, and therefore, this revision carries out the intent of the rule. DATES: Effective on March 12, 2008. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Christine Beyer, Office of Chief Counsel, TSA–2, Transportation Security VerDate Aug<31>2005 17:40 Mar 11, 2008 Jkt 214001 On January 25, 2007, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), through TSA and the United States Coast Guard (Coast Guard), issued a final rule to further secure the Nation’s ports and modes of transportation. The rule implemented the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 and the Security and Accountability for Every Port Act of 2006. Those statutes establish requirements regarding the promulgation of regulations that require credentialed merchant mariners and workers with unescorted access to secure areas of vessels and facilities to undergo a security threat assessment and receive a biometric credential, known as a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC). Subsequently, TSA corrected and amended the final rule on February 7, 2007 (72 FR 5632); March 26, 2007 (72 FR 14049); March 30, 2007 (72 FR 15195); and September 28, 2007 (72 FR 55043). In the January 2007 final rule, TSA applied its security threat assessment standards that already applied to commercial drivers authorized to transport hazardous materials in commerce to merchant mariners and workers who require unescorted access to secure areas on vessels and at maritime facilities. Also, TSA amended the qualification standards by changing the list of crimes that disqualify an individual from holding a TWIC or a hazardous materials endorsement PO 00000 Frm 00085 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 Production (Mfr’s) 2005 Thefts 2005 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 361 854 472 235 228 1,093 83,060 51 591 741 1,760 34,803 77,628 7 14,806 2005 Theft rate (per 1,000 vehicles produced) 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 (HME), and expanded the immigration standards to permit additional lawful nonimmigrants to apply for and hold a TWIC or HME. In selecting the immigration status and visa categories that are eligible for a TWIC, TSA focused on the professionals and specialized workers who are employed prevalently in the maritime industry to work on vessels or other equipment unique to the maritime industry. In the final rule, TSA stated that an alien holding one of the following visa categories would be eligible to apply for a TWIC: (1) H–1B Special Occupations; (2) H–1B1 Free Trade Agreement; (3) E–1 Treaty Trader; (4) E–2 Treaty Investor; (5) E–3 Australian in Specialty Occupation; (6) L–1 Intra Company Executive Transfer; (7) O–1 Extraordinary Ability; or (8) TN North American Free Trade Agreement. See 72 FR 3551. However, we inadvertently omitted the E–2 Treaty Investor visa category from the immigration standards in the rule text at 49 CFR 1572.105. With this correcting amendment, we revise § 1572.105 to add the E–2 Treaty Investor as an eligible category for TWIC. This addition requires renumbering paragraph (a)(7) and making conforming editorial changes. Former subparagraph (a)(7)(x) is revised so that it correctly applies to all of paragraph (a)(7), not just (a)(7)(i)(viii). List of Subjects in 49 CFR Part 1572 Appeals, Commercial drivers license, Criminal history background checks, Explosives, Facilities, Hazardous materials, Incorporation by reference, Maritime security, Motor carriers, Motor vehicle carriers, Ports, Seamen, Security E:\FR\FM\12MRR1.SGM 12MRR1

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[Federal Register Volume 73, Number 49 (Wednesday, March 12, 2008)]
[Rules and Regulations]
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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

49 CFR Part 541

[Docket No. NHTSA-2007-28874]


Final Theft Data; Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard

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

ACTION: Publication of final theft data.

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SUMMARY: This document publishes the final data on thefts of model year 
(MY) 2005 passenger motor vehicles that occurred in calendar year (CY) 
2005. The final 2005 theft data indicate an increase in the vehicle 
theft rate experienced in CY/MY 2005. The final theft rate for MY 2005 
passenger vehicles stolen in calendar year 2005 (1.85 thefts per 
thousand vehicles) increased by 1.1 percent from the theft rate for CY/
MY 2004 (1.83 thefts per thousand vehicles) when compared to the theft 
rate experienced in CY/MY 2004. As explained in this notice, NHTSA is 
not concerned at this time about this minor increase. Publication of 
these data fulfills NHTSA's statutory obligation to periodically obtain 
accurate and timely theft data and publish the information for review 
and comment.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ms. Carlita Ballard, Office of 
International Policy, Fuel Economy and Consumer Programs, NHTSA, 1200 
New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590. Ms. Ballard's telephone 
number is (202) 366-0846. Her fax number is (202) 493-2990.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: NHTSA administers a program for reducing 
motor vehicle theft. The central feature of this program is the Federal 
Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard, 49 CFR part 541. The standard 
specifies performance requirements for inscribing and affixing vehicle 
identification numbers (VINs) onto certain major original equipment and 
replacement parts of high-theft lines of passenger motor vehicles.
    The agency is required by 49 U.S.C. 33104(b)(4) to periodically 
obtain, from the most reliable source, accurate and timely theft data 
and publish the data for review and comment. To fulfill this statutory 
mandate, NHTSA has published theft data annually beginning with MYs 
1983/84. Continuing to fulfill the section 33104(b)(4) mandate, this 
document reports the final theft data for CY 2005, the most recent 
calendar year for which data are available.
    In calculating the 2005 theft rates, NHTSA followed the same 
procedures it used in calculating the MY 2004 theft rates. (For 2004 
theft data calculations, see 71 FR 59400, October 10, 2006). As in all 
previous reports, NHTSA's data were based on information provided to 
NHTSA by the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) of the Federal 
Bureau of Investigation. The NCIC is a government system that receives 
vehicle theft information from nearly 23,000 criminal justice agencies 
and other law enforcement authorities throughout the United States. The 
NCIC data also include reported thefts of self-insured and uninsured 
vehicles, not all of which are reported to other data sources.
    The 2005 theft rate for each vehicle line was calculated by 
dividing the number of reported thefts of MY 2005 vehicles of that line 
stolen during calendar year 2005 by the total number of vehicles in 
that line manufactured for MY 2005, as reported to the Environmental 
Protection Agency (EPA).
    The final 2005 theft data show a slight increase in the vehicle 
theft rate when compared to the theft rate experienced in CY/MY 2004. 
The final theft rate for MY 2005 passenger vehicles stolen in calendar 
year 2005 increased to 1.85 thefts per thousand vehicles produced, an 
increase of 1.1 percent from the rate of 1.83 thefts per thousand 
vehicles experienced by MY 2004 vehicles in CY 2004. NHTSA is not 
currently concerned with this minor increase in the theft rate. While 
NHTSA has seen an overall downward trend in theft rates since CY 1993, 
there have been periods of increase from one year to the next. This 
increase is lower than any seen in this period. Therefore, NHTSA does 
not expect that it indicates the beginning of an upward trend for theft 
rates.
    For MY 2005 vehicles, out of a total of 233 vehicle lines, 24 lines 
had a theft rate higher than 3.5826 per thousand vehicles, the 
established median theft rate for MYs 1990/1991. (See 59 FR 12400, 
March 16, 1994). Of the 24 vehicle lines with a theft rate higher than 
3.5826, 21 are passenger car lines, two are multipurpose passenger 
vehicle lines, and one is a light-duty truck line.

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On Monday, October 15, 2007, NHTSA published the preliminary theft 
rates for CY 2005 passenger motor vehicles in the Federal Register (72 
FR 58268). The agency tentatively ranked each of the MY 2005 vehicle 
lines in descending order of theft rate. The public was requested to 
comment on the accuracy of the data and to provide final production 
figures for individual vehicle lines. The agency received no comments 
in the public docket.
    However, subsequent to publishing the MY 2005 preliminary theft 
rate notice (72 FR 58268), the agency was informed that corrections to 
the original production figures for some Suzuki vehicle lines had been 
reported to EPA. The agency has revised the MY 2005 final theft data to 
reflect those corrections. Specifically, as a result of the new 
production figures provided the Suzuki Aerio which ranked No. 2 with a 
theft rate of 6.5232, is still ranked No. 2 with a new theft rate of 
5.9386; the Suzuki Forenza which ranked No. 19 with a theft rate of 
3.8638, is now ranked No. 20 with a new theft rate of 3.7157; the 
Suzuki Vitara/Grand Vitara which ranked No. 28 with a theft rate of 
3.3005, is now ranked No. 29 with a new theft rate of 3.2630; and the 
Suzuki Verona which ranked No. 32 with a theft rate of 3.1043, is still 
ranked No. 32 with a new theft rate of 3.1039.
    The following list represents NHTSA's final calculation of theft 
rates for all 2005 passenger motor vehicle lines. This list is intended 
to inform the public of calendar year 2005 motor vehicle thefts of 
model year 2005 vehicles and does not have any effect on the 
obligations of regulated parties under 49 U.S.C. Chapter 331, Theft 
Prevention.

      Final Report of Theft Rates for Model Year 2005 Passenger Motor Vehicles Stolen in Calendar Year 2005
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                                                                                                    2005 Theft
                                                                                    Production       rate (per
            Manufacturer                  Make/model (line)         Thefts 2005    (Mfr's) 2005   1,000 vehicles
                                                                                                     produced)
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1 TOYOTA...........................  TOYOTA TUNDRA PICKUP.......             265          14,194         18.6699
2 SUZUKI...........................  AERIO......................              77          12,966          5.9386
3 KIA..............................  RIO........................             156          26,328          5.9253
4 MERCEDES BENZ....................  215 (CL-CLASS).............               9           1,601          5.6215
5 JAGUAR...........................  XKR........................               4             748          5.3476
6 GENERAL MOTORS...................  CHEVROLET MONTE CARLO......             188          35,876          5.2403
7 MITSUBISHI.......................  GALANT.....................             150          28,808          5.2069
8 DAIMLERCHRYSLER..................  DODGE NEON.................             783         154,231          5.0768
9 DAIMLERCHRYSLER..................  DODGE MAGNUM...............             387          79,254          4.8830
10 DAIMLERCHRYSLER.................  CHRYSLER SEBRING...........             242          49,892          4.8505
11 DAIMLERCHRYSLER.................  DODGE STRATUS..............             452          94,735          4.7712
12 KIA.............................  OPTIMA.....................             145          31,362          4.6234
13 MITSUBISHI......................  LANCER.....................             141          31,226          4.5155
14 NISSAN..........................  SENTRA.....................             519         116,354          4.4605

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15 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CHEVROLET MALIBU...........             908         212,400          4.2750
16 TOYOTA..........................  TOYOTA ECHO................              43          10,540          4.0797
17 GENERAL MOTORS..................  PONTIAC GRAND AM...........             248          61,502          4.0324
18 TOYOTA..........................  LEXUS GS...................              12           3,004          3.9947
19 NISSAN..........................  INFINITI FX45..............               7           1,850          3.7838
20 SUZUKI..........................  FORENZA....................             129          34,718          3.7157
21 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CHEVROLET CAVALIER.........             351          95,838          3.6624
22 HONDA...........................  ACURA RSX..................              69          19,135          3.6060
23 KIA.............................  SPECTRA....................             191          53,027          3.6019
24 HONDA...........................  S2000......................              32           8,921          3.5870
25 MASERATI........................  SPYDER/F1..................               1             289          3.4602
26 GENERAL MOTORS..................  PONTIAC SUNFIRE............             132          38,239          3.4520
27 DAIMLERCHRYSLER.................  CHRYSLER SEBRING                        114          33,498          3.4032
                                      CONVERTIBLE.
28 TOYOTA..........................  TOYOTA MR2 SPYDER..........               3             912          3.2895
29 SUZUKI..........................  VITARA/GRAND VITARA........              81          24,824          3.2630
30 TOYOTA..........................  LEXUS IS...................              20           6,343          3.1531
31 DAIMLERCHRYSLER.................  CHRYSLER 300...............             499         158,545          3.1474
32 SUZUKI..........................  VERONA.....................              23           7,410          3.1039
33 HYUNDAI.........................  ACCENT.....................             158          51,121          3.0907
34 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CHEVROLET AVEO.............             196          64,250          3.0506
35 HYUNDAI.........................  TIBURON....................              46          15,100          3.0464
36 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CHEVROLET IMPALA...........             701         230,633          3.0395
37 NISSAN..........................  350Z.......................              82          27,146          3.0207
38 MITSUBISHI......................  ECLIPSE....................              25           8,471          2.9512
39 FORD MOTOR CO...................  LINCOLN LS.................              64          21,743          2.9435
40 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CHEVROLET COBALT...........             410         140,975          2.9083
41 NISSAN..........................  INFINITI QX56..............              36          12,666          2.8423
42 NISSAN..........................  MAXIMA.....................             209          73,931          2.8270
43 NISSAN..........................  ALTIMA.....................           1,035         368,779          2.8066
44 MAZDA...........................  6..........................             191          68,252          2.7985
45 SUZUKI..........................  RENO.......................              16           5,736          2.7894
46 TOYOTA..........................  SCION XB...................             187          67,396          2.7746
47 SUBARU..........................  IMPREZA....................             103          38,390          2.6830
48 GENERAL MOTORS..................  PONTIAC GRAND PRIX.........             284         107,972          2.6303
49 FORD MOTOR CO...................  FORD TAURUS................             527         201,826          2.6112
50 FORD MOTOR CO...................  FORD FOCUS.................             637         245,780          2.5917
51 TOYOTA..........................  TOYOTA CELICA..............              11           4,258          2.5834
52 BMW.............................  M3.........................              14           5,471          2.5589
53 GENERAL MOTORS..................  PONTIAC GTO................              28          11,065          2.5305
54 ROLLS ROYCE.....................  PHANTOM....................               1             399          2.5063
55 FORD MOTOR CO...................  FORD MUSTANG...............             362         145,599          2.4863
56 MITSUBISHI......................  OUTLANDER..................              36          14,983          2.4027
57 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CHEVROLET BLAZER S10/T10...              12           5,018          2.3914
58 NISSAN..........................  INFINITI FX35..............              72          30,172          2.3863
59 DAIMLERCHRYSLER.................  JEEP WRANGLER..............             178          74,706          2.3827
60 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CADILLAC XLR...............               9           3,828          2.3511
61 BMW.............................  6..........................              25          10,636          2.3505
62 TOYOTA..........................  TOYOTA COROLLA.............             864         368,744          2.3431
63 TOYOTA..........................  SCION TC...................             146          62,321          2.3427
64 NISSAN..........................  FRONTIER PICKUP............             146          62,799          2.3249
65 MITSUBISHI......................  ENDEAVOR...................              46          20,871          2.2040
66 HYUNDAI.........................  SONATA.....................             175          79,781          2.1935
67 MAZDA...........................  B SERIES PICKUP............              12           5,686          2.1104
68 HYUNDAI.........................  ELANTRA....................             277         132,495          2.0906
69 MITSUBISHI......................  MONTERO....................               8           3,829          2.0893
70 GENERAL MOTORS..................  PONTIAC G6.................             128          62,481          2.0486
71 NISSAN..........................  XTERRA.....................             113          55,179          2.0479
72 KIA.............................  SEDONA VAN.................             156          76,527          2.0385
73 FORD MOTOR CO...................  FORD RANGER PICKUP.........             209         103,723          2.0150
74 VOLKSWAGEN......................  GOLF/GTI...................              29          14,447          2.0073
75 HONDA...........................  CIVIC......................             577         288,917          1.9971
76 KIA.............................  SORENTO....................             114          57,272          1.9905
77 MERCEDES BENZ...................  203 (C-CLASS)..............             139          70,818          1.9628
78 HONDA...........................  ACURA TSX..................              70          35,836          1.9533
79 ISUZU...........................  ASCENDER...................              14           7,219          1.9393
80 MAZDA...........................  RX-8.......................              34          17,608          1.9309
81 KIA.............................  AMANTI.....................              43          22,858          1.8812
82 TOYOTA..........................  SCION XA...................              60          32,132          1.8673

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83 TOYOTA..........................  TOYOTA TACOMA PICKUP.......             283         151,776          1.8646
84 JAGUAR..........................  XJ8/XJ8L...................               8           4,330          1.8476
85 NISSAN..........................  INFINITI G35...............             120          65,227          1.8397
86 JAGUAR..........................  S-TYPE.....................              25          13,629          1.8343
87 MAZDA...........................  3..........................             158          86,184          1.8333
88 DAIMLERCHRYSLER.................  CHRYSLER PT CRUISER........             240         133,335          1.8000
89 TOYOTA..........................  LEXUS SC...................              16           9,019          1.7740
90 NISSAN..........................  INFINITI Q45...............               3           1,712          1.7523
91 NISSAN..........................  PATHFINDER.................             143          82,667          1.7298
92 MERCEDES BENZ...................  208 (CLK-CLASS)............              37          21,724          1.7032
93 SUBARU..........................  BAJA.......................              14           8,244          1.6982
94 AUDI............................  A4/A4 QUATTRO/S4/S4 AVANT..              80          47,470          1.6853
95 GENERAL MOTORS..................  CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER......             311         184,671          1.6841
96 TOYOTA..........................  TOYOTA CAMRY/SOLARA........             732         437,173          1.6744
97 NISSAN..........................  QUEST VAN..................              60          35,913          1.6707
98 GENERAL MOTORS..................  PONTIAC AZTEK..............              17          10,197          1.6672
99 DAIMLERCHRYSLER.................  JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE........             356         214,714          1.6580
100 MERCEDES BENZ..................  170 (SLK-CLASS)............              17          10,310          1.6489
101 GENERAL MOTORS.................  BUICK CENTURY..............              65          40,051          1.6229
102 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD EXPLORER..............             317         196,740          1.6113
103 FORD MOTOR CO..................  MERCURY SABLE..............              58          36,134          1.6051
104 SAAB...........................  9-2X.......................               9           5,713          1.5754
105 HONDA..........................  ACCORD.....................             576         371,940          1.5486
106 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD EXPLORER SPORT TRAC...              83          53,640          1.5474
107 HONDA..........................  ACURA 3.2 TL...............             125          82,497          1.5152
108 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CHEVROLET COLORADO.........             206         136,994          1.5037
109 BMW............................  3..........................              88          58,554          1.5029
110 BMW............................  5..........................              42          28,346          1.4817
111 FORD MOTOR CO..................  MERCURY MOUNTAINEER........              48          32,416          1.4808
112 GENERAL MOTORS.................  SATURN ION.................             104          71,021          1.4644
113 DAIMLERCHRYSLER................  CHRYSLER CROSSFIRE.........              36          24,679          1.4587
114 GENERAL MOTORS.................  GMC ENVOY..................             102          70,105          1.4550
115 KIA............................  SPORTAGE...................              35          24,351          1.4373
116 GENERAL MOTORS.................  GMC CANYON PICKUP..........              56          39,149          1.4304
117 FORD MOTOR CO..................  LINCOLN TOWN CAR...........              67          46,853          1.4300
118 MERCEDES BENZ..................  129 (SL-CLASS).............              15          10,586          1.4170
119 NISSAN.........................  MURANO.....................             102          72,482          1.4072
120 TOYOTA.........................  TOYOTA MATRIX..............              99          72,719          1.3614
121 HYUNDAI........................  SANTA FE...................             100          73,979          1.3517
122 HYUNDAI........................  XG300......................              27          20,099          1.3434
123 GENERAL MOTORS.................  PONTIAC VIBE...............              95          71,357          1.3313
124 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CADILLAC DEVILLE...........              76          57,246          1.3276
125 VOLKSWAGEN.....................  JETTA......................             116          87,710          1.3225
126 AUDI...........................  A8.........................               7           5,336          1.3118
127 VOLKSWAGEN.....................  PHAETON....................               1             768          1.3021
128 MAZDA..........................  TRIBUTE....................              68          52,267          1.3010
129 JAGUAR.........................  VANDEN PLAS/SUPER V8.......               4           3,075          1.3008
130 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD CROWN VICTORIA........              24          18,754          1.2797
131 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD FREESTAR VAN..........              92          72,690          1.2656
132 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CHEVROLET ASTRO VAN........              29          23,439          1.2373
133 DAIMLERCHRYSLER................  CHRYSLER PACIFICA..........             146         118,329          1.2338
134 GENERAL MOTORS.................  PONTIAC BONNEVILLE.........              26          21,519          1.2082
135 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CADILLAC CTS...............              74          61,323          1.2067
136 BMW............................  7..........................               9           7,495          1.2008
137 DAIMLERCHRYSLER................  DODGE CARAVAN/GRAND CARAVAN             440         367,439          1.1975
138 TOYOTA.........................  TOYOTA 4RUNNER.............             127         106,810          1.1890
139 DAIMLERCHRYSLER................  DODGE VIPER................               2           1,692          1.1820
140 HYUNDAI........................  TUCSON.....................              71          61,346          1.1574
141 ASTON MARTIN...................  DB9........................               1             874          1.1442
142 GENERAL MOTORS.................  GMC SAFARI VAN.............               5           4,441          1.1259
143 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD FIVE HUNDRED..........             109          97,689          1.1158
144 VOLVO..........................  V70........................               9           8,070          1.1152
145 MERCEDES BENZ..................  220 (S-CLASS)..............              13          11,831          1.0988
146 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD THUNDERBIRD...........              10           9,189          1.0883
147 BMW............................  X3.........................              31          28,657          1.0818
148 TOYOTA.........................  LEXUS LS...................              31          29,049          1.0672
149 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CHEVROLET EQUINOX..........             192         183,758          1.0449
150 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD ESCAPE................             252         243,658          1.0342

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151 DAIMLERCHRYSLER................  JEEP LIBERTY...............             178         173,110          1.0282
152 TOYOTA.........................  LEXUS ES...................              83          80,735          1.0281
153 TOYOTA.........................  LEXUS GX...................              28          27,260          1.0271
154 TOYOTA.........................  TOYOTA AVALON..............              59          57,577          1.0247
155 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CHEVROLET CORVETTE.........              34          33,810          1.0056
156 GENERAL MOTORS.................  BUICK LESABRE..............             105         105,985          0.9907
157 TOYOTA.........................  LEXUS RX...................              94          96,140          0.9777
158 PORSCHE........................  BOXSTER....................               6           6,142          0.9769
159 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CHEVROLET VENTURE VAN......              24          25,341          0.9471
160 ROLLS ROYCE....................  BENTLEY CONTINENTAL........               3           3,176          0.9446
161 VOLVO..........................  S40........................              24          25,722          0.9331
162 TOYOTA.........................  TOYOTA RAV4................              75          82,037          0.9142
163 BMW............................  Z4.........................              10          11,079          0.9026
164 HONDA..........................  ELEMENT....................              47          52,440          0.8963
165 FORD MOTOR CO..................  MERCURY MARINER............              29          32,734          0.8859
166 GENERAL MOTORS.................  SATURN LS..................               6           6,790          0.8837
167 FORD MOTOR CO..................  MERCURY GRAND MARQUIS......              61          69,862          0.8731
168 TOYOTA.........................  TOYOTA HIGHLANDER..........             113         130,146          0.8683
169 GENERAL MOTORS.................  BUICK PARK AVENUE..........               8           9,282          0.8619
170 GENERAL MOTORS.................  SATURN VUE.................              56          65,105          0.8601
171 VOLKSWAGEN.....................  PASSAT.....................              30          35,149          0.8535
172 PORSCHE........................  911........................               7           8,391          0.8342
173 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CADILLAC STS...............              31          37,226          0.8328
174 TOYOTA.........................  TOYOTA SIENNA VAN..........             144         172,999          0.8324
175 GENERAL MOTORS.................  BUICK LACROSSE/ALLURE......              68          81,894          0.8303
176 LAND ROVER.....................  FREELANDER.................               2           2,441          0.8193
177 MAZDA..........................  MPV VAN....................              15          18,902          0.7936
178 HONDA..........................  ACURA 3.5 RL...............              17          21,526          0.7897
179 VOLKSWAGEN.....................  NEW BEETLE.................              27          34,410          0.7847
180 AUDI...........................  A6/A6 QUATTRO/S6/S6 AVANT..              12          15,432          0.7776
181 DAIMLERCHRYSLER................  CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY....             195         253,162          0.7703
182 GENERAL MOTORS.................  BUICK RENDEZVOUS...........              42          54,775          0.7668
183 VOLVO..........................  XC90.......................              33          43,213          0.7637
184 FORD MOTOR CO..................  MERCURY MONTEREY VAN.......               5           6,703          0.7459
185 MERCEDES BENZ..................  210 (E-CLASS)..............              30          40,445          0.7417
186 VOLVO..........................  S80........................               8          10,918          0.7327
187 GENERAL MOTORS.................  BUICK RAINIER..............              10          13,648          0.7327
188 VOLVO..........................  S60........................              15          23,029          0.6514
189 BMW............................  MINI COOPER................              30          47,444          0.6323
190 HONDA..........................  CR-V.......................              88         144,472          0.6091
191 SAAB...........................  9-3........................              13          21,433          0.6065
192 LOTUS..........................  ELISE......................               2           3,320          0.6024
193 SUBARU.........................  LEGACY/OUTBACK.............              21          34,944          0.6010
194 AUDI...........................  ALLROAD QUATTRO............               2           3,420          0.5848
195 HONDA..........................  ACURA MDX..................              35          60,287          0.5806
196 HONDA..........................  PILOT......................              81         142,118          0.5699
197 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CHEVROLET UPLANDER VAN.....              30          52,713          0.5691
198 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CADILLAC SRX...............              13          23,498          0.5532
199 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD FREESTYLE.............              40          75,643          0.5288
200 HONDA..........................  ODYSSEY VAN................              85         161,742          0.5255
201 FORD MOTOR CO..................  FORD GT....................               1           1,907          0.5244
202 SAAB...........................  9-7X.......................               1           1,999          0.5003
203 MAZDA..........................  MX-5 MIATA.................               2           4,135          0.4837
204 SUBARU.........................  FORESTER...................              24          50,942          0.4711
205 FORD MOTOR CO..................  MERCURY MONTEGO............              13          28,517          0.4559
206 GENERAL MOTORS.................  PONTIAC MONTANA VAN........              14          31,583          0.4433
207 TOYOTA.........................  TOYOTA PRIUS...............              46         121,020          0.3801
208 SUBARU.........................  OUTBACK....................              29          79,980          0.3626
209 JAGUAR.........................  X-TYPE.....................               4          11,299          0.3540
210 GENERAL MOTORS.................  SATURN RELAY...............               6          17,794          0.3372
211 SAAB...........................  9-5........................               2           6,137          0.3259
212 VOLVO..........................  V50........................               2           6,909          0.2895
213 GENERAL MOTORS.................  BUICK TERRAZA VAN..........               2          19,848          0.1008
214 MASERATI.......................  GRANSPORT..................               0             490          0.0000
215 MASERATI.......................  QUATTROPORTE...............               0           1,311          0.0000
216 HONDA..........................  ACURA NSX..................               0             249          0.0000
217 ASTON MARTIN...................  VANQUISH...................               0             165          0.0000
218 AUDI...........................  TT.........................               0           3,375          0.0000

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219 ROLLS ROYCE....................  BENTLEY ARNAGE.............               0             361          0.0000
220 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CADILLAC FUNERAL COACH/                   0             854          0.0000
                                      HEARSE.
221 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CADILLAC LIMOUSINE.........               0             472          0.0000
222 FERRARI........................  MARANELLO/F1...............               0             235          0.0000
223 FERRARI........................  SCAGLIETTI/F1..............               0             228          0.0000
224 FERRARI........................  SPIDER/F1..................               0           1,093          0.0000
225 GENERAL MOTORS.................  CHEVROLET CLASSIC..........               0          83,060          0.0000
226 GENERAL MOTORS.................  GMC K2500..................               0              51          0.0000
227 HONDA..........................  INSIGHT....................               0             591          0.0000
228 JAGUAR.........................  XJR........................               0             741          0.0000
229 JAGUAR.........................  XK8........................               0           1,760          0.0000
230 NISSAN.........................  ARMADA.....................               0          34,803          0.0000
231 NISSAN.........................  TITAN......................               0          77,628          0.0000
232 SPYKER.........................  C8.........................               0               7          0.0000
233 VOLVO..........................  XC70.......................               0          14,806          0.0000
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    Issued on: March 7, 2008.
Stephen R. Kratzke,
Associate Administrator for Rulemaking.
 [FR Doc. E8-4951 Filed 3-11-08; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4910-59-P