Learn more about keeping you and your family safe with these safe driving resources
- National Safety Council (NSC)
The National Safety Council is a nonprofit, nongovernmental, public service organization dedicated to protecting life and promoting health.
- The NSC’s Family Guide to Teen Driver Safety
The NSC’s Family Guide to Teen Driver Safety aims take any anxiety and uncertainties you may feel and replace them with specific actions you can take to manage the risks of teen driving in your family.
- Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) MADD’s mission is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.
- Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving MADD’s campaign to work with law enforcement agencies, judicial organizations, auto manufacturers, insurers, distilled spirits companies, technology companies, safety advocates, health care professionals, and emergency technicians to abolish drunk driving in the U.S.
- Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) SADD’s mission is to provide students with the best prevention and intervention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions.
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) The NHTSA’s mission is to save lives, prevent injuries, and reduce vehicle-related crashes.
- Stop Impaired Driving NHTSA’s site is designed to provide you with information and resources to fight drunk and drugged driving in your community.
- Insurance Institute of Highway
The IIHS is dedicated to reducing the losses deaths, injuries, and property damage from crashes on the nation’s highways.
- Federal Highway Administration’s
(FHWA) Office of Safety
The Office of Safety works to reduce the number of crashes on U.S. roadways, and the severity of crash impacts.
- American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)
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- AARP Driver
The AARP Driver Safety Program is the nation’s first and largest refresher course for drivers age 50 and older that has helped millions of drivers remain safe on today’s roads.
for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The CDC advocates Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) systems address the high risks new drivers face by allowing them to get their initial driving experience under low-risk conditions.
- American Medical Association (AMA)
The American Medical Association (AMA) believes that the safety of older drivers is a public health issue and encourages physicians to make driver safety a routine part of their geriatric medical services.