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This is a dynamic site and we are regularly reviewing it for improvement. Among many things, we are constantly asking ourselves - and now we are asking YOU, our traffic safety campaign planners and event coordinators, the following questions:
- Which assets (e.g. posters, earned media, et al) you found most useful?
- Which assets you found less interesting?
- What were you looking for - here - that you did not find?
- How can we improve this site to better meet your traffic safety campaign needs?
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Super Bowl Drunk Driving PreventionNHTSA's Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk campaign encourages people to make plans ahead of time that will prevent them from getting behind the wheel of a vehicle after drinking. Driving drunk could result in injury or death for you or others on the road.
Get your campaign materials now.
Now Available - Hispanic Buckle Up ToolkitWith funding from NHTSA, The National Latino Children’s Institute (NLC) 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.
Check it out and spread the word.
TireWise Consumer Education CampaignTireWise 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.