A few years ago on this forum we discussed something about the quiet nature
of electric and hybrid vehicles and how this can be a hazard for
pedestrians.  It seems there is an action in the Federal Register to
address this problem.

Notification Number: USA/777/Rev.1 (United States of America)
Date Issued: 3/2/2018
Products: Hybrid and electric vehicles
Title: Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Minimum Sound Requirements
for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
Full text:
https://members.wto.org/crnattachments/2018/TBT/USA/18_1154_00_e.pdf


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​All the best,  Doug

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