The PDF files of the actual application and one response from RoadFly:

257452_web.pdf Original petition from LCU, August 25, 2003
257663.pdf Federal Register, October 24, 2003, providing information on waiver, notice 1
257702_web.pdf RoadFly request that the waiver be granted
260504.tif LCU erratta sheet, making corrections on the original application
268307_web.pdf Federal Register, February 5, 2004, granting waiver, notice 2

This is the waiver form, directly from the National Highway Traffic Saftey Administration website. The links may or may not work, depending on the stability of the site.

Document NHTSA-2003-16341-5
Docket Information
Category
Rulemaking
Docket Status
Pending
Subcat.
Bumper Standards
Old Docket Num.
 
Docket Subject
Receipt of Application for a Temporory Exemption from Federal Motor Vehicle Standard No. 108 and Part 581 Bumper Standard
Docket Title
Receipt of Application for a Temporory Exemption from Federal Motor Vehicle Standard No. 108 and Part 581 Bumper Standard
Data Entry Date
10/17/2003
RIN #
Action Office
Action Sought
Docket Parties
Stat. Deadline
Comment Close
Last Update
10/17/2003
Close Date
Statutory Citation
Submissions
5
Statutory Judicial Requirement
CFR Citation
Docket Attributes
ALJ Hearing
Archived
Docket Abstract
 
Document Information
Document Type
Federal Register Publication
Data Entry Date
02/05/2004
Document Title
U.S. DOT/NHTSA - Group Lotus Plc.; Grant of Application for a Temporary Exemption from Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards No. 108 and Part 581 Bumper Standard
Next Due Date
Document Date
02/05/2004
Filing Date
02/05/2004
Answer Date
Reply Date
Next Due Item
Federal Reg. Citation
69 FR 5658
F. R. Pub. Date
02/05/2004
Submitter
U.S. DOT/NHTSA/NCC-112
George Feygin
Office of Chief Counsel

Submitter’s Representative
Service Date
Effective Date
Assigned Document Numbers

NHTSA-2003-16341
Related Reply to Doc #s
Pages
3
Submissions
1
Document Abstract
This notice grants the Group Lotus Plc. (Lotus) application of for a temporary exemption from Paragraph S7 of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 108, Lamps, reflective devices, and associated equipment; and Part 581 Bumper Standard. In accordance with 49 CFR Part 555, the basis for the grant is that compliance would cause substantial economic hardship to a manufacturer that has tried in good faith to comply with the standard. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) published a notice of receipt of the application on October 24, 2003, and afforded an opportunity for comment.
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