Super Bowl Drunk Driving Prevention Campaign
February 1, 2015 Read More
Saint Patrick's Day Drunk Driving Prevention Campaign
March 17, 2015 Read More
Winter Driving Tips
Whatever your driving plans, take time to review some Winter road travel safety tips before you leave. Read More
Move Over - It's The Law.
NHTSA is working to increase awareness of MOVE OVER laws and highlight the need to protect our law enforcement personnel who place themselves at risk to protect motorists. Read More
Everyone has preferences when it comes to transportation, but there’s one that we all share - we all are pedestrians. Read More
TireWise Consumer Education Campaign
TireWise will help consumers make more informed choices every step of the way when it comes to choosing and caring for their tires - keeping them safer and saving them money at the same time. Read More
Safety In Numbers
NHTSA's new online monthly newsletter on hot topics in traffic safety - including problem identification, people at risk, and recommended practices and solutions to mitigate injury and death on our nation's roadways. Read More
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Now Available - Hispanic Buckle Up ToolkitNHTSA and the National Latino Children’s Institute (NLCI) developed this toolkit to educate immigrant Hispanics about the importance of the use of seat belts, and to increase seat belt use among the Hispanic population.
'Move Over. It's The Law.' Campaign MaterialsNHTSA is working to increase awareness of these life-saving MOVE OVER laws and highlight the need to protect our law enforcement personnel who place themselves at risk to protect motorists.
New 'SaferRide' Mobile App Now AvailableNHTSA's new SaferRide app will help keep drunk drivers off our roads by allowing users to call a taxi or a friend and by identifying their location so they can be picked up. The app is available for Android and iPhone devices.