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in?ormafronVd\sclosure. ' 62 Stat. 791.
PUBLIC LAW 92-513-OCT. 20, 1972
(e) Witnesses summoned pursuant to this section shall be paid the same fees and mileage that are paid witnesses in the courts of the United States. (^) ^^7 Information which is reported to or otherwise obtained by the Secretary or such officer or employee under this section and which contains or relates to a trade secret or other matter referred to in section 1905 of title 18 of the United States Code shall not be disclosed except to other officers or employees of the Federal Government for their use in carrying out this title. Nothing in the preceding sentence shall authorize the withholding of information by the Secretary (or any officer or employee under his control) from the duly authorized committees of the Congress. INSURANCE INFORMATION
SEC. 205. (a) Insurers of passenger motor vehicles, or their designated agents, shall, upon request by the Secretary, make such reports and furnish such information as the Secretary may reasonably require to enable him to carry out the purposes of this title. (b) Such reports and information may include, but shall not be limited to— (1] accident claim data relating to the type and extent of physical damage and the cost of remedying the damage axicording to make, model, and model year of passenger motor vehicle, and (2) accident claim data relating to the type and extent of personal injury according to make, model, and model year of passenger motor vehicle. (c) I n determining the reports and information to be furnished pursuant to subsections (a) and (b) of this section, the Secretary shall— (1) consider the cost of preparing and furnishing such reports and information; (2) consider the extent to which such reports and information will contribute to carrying out the purposes of this title; and (3) consult with such State and insurance regulatory agencies and other agencies and associations, both public and private, as he deems appropriate. (d) The Secretary shall, to the extent possible, obtain such reports and information from the insurers of passenger motor vehicles on a voluntary basis. (e) Every insurer of passenger motor vehicles shall, upon request by the Secretary, furnish him a description of the extent to which the insurance rates or premiums charged by the insurer for passenger motor vehicles are affected by the damage susceptibility, crashworthiness, and cost of damage repair and personal injury involved relating to each of the various makes and models of passenger motor vehicles. Such insurer shall also furnish the Secretary upon request such information as may be available to such insurer reflecting the effect of the damage susceptibility, crashworthiness, and cost of damage repair and personal injury involved relating to each of the various makes and models of passenger motor vehicles upon risk incurred by insuring each such make and model. (f) The Secretary Shall not, in disseminating any information received pursuant to this section, disclose the name of, or other identifying information about, any person who may be an insured, a claimant, a passenger, an owner, a driver, an injured person, a witness, or otherwise involved in ajiy motor vehicle crash or collision unless the Secretary has the consent of the persons so named or otherwisei identified.