The National Center for Rural Road Safety (Safety Center) hosted a FREE, 1.5-hour online webinar. Webinar Description This webinar provided an overview of ... [ Read More » ]
Young drivers are typically novice drivers, and have a higher risk of being involved in a crash. For this reason, many initiatives have been designed and implemented to improve the safety for this high risk group.
This section provides resources and guidance for educating younger drivers.
“This fact sheet contains information on fatal motor vehicle crashes and fatalities, based on data from the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS). FAR ... [ Read More » ]
Articles in this issue of the Safety Compass include: HSIP 2015 National Summary Report Now Available! DDSA: Performing A Health Check-Up On Your Roadways Data ... [ Read More » ]
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration encourages you to join the “5 to Drive” campaign to improve teen driver safety. This campaign add ... [ Read More » ]
This website is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s communication resource for States, partner organizations, and highway safety profess ... [ Read More » ]
“Having regular conversations about safety, practicing driving together, and leading by example go a long way in ensuring your teen makes smart decisions ... [ Read More » ]
On Parents Central, “you’ll find information and resources to keep your children safe on the road. Whether you’re buying your child’s first car seat ... [ Read More » ]
Seniors face serious driving safety and mobility issues. This report aims to determine whether variability in driving attitudes and perceptions exists between t ... [ Read More » ]
Motor vehicle crashes affect all Americans. Each year, traffic crashes kill nearly 40,000 people and injure another four million severely enough to require emer ... [ Read More » ]