This toolkit features fact sheets, posters, and videos that tribal governments and health professionals can use to promote road safety in American Indian/Alaska Native communities.
This resource for organizations and American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities features a summary of the burden of motor vehicle crash injury and death among the AI/AN community.
This redesigned website, which serves as a resource for traffic safety marketing and communications information, now features increased search engine functionality, new material, and an improved mobile interface.
This study analyzed national and state-level data to determine the proportion of drivers aged 16 or 17 years involved in fatal crashes who crashed at night.
This website helps parents teach their teens to be safe drivers.
This campaign provides resources to support the drunk driving prevention efforts for the upcoming 4th of July holiday, which is one of the deadliest holidays of the year due to drunk-driving crashes.
NHTSA released a comprehensive calendar of its 2015 awareness campaigns and events.
American Indians and Alaska Natives have the highest motor vehicle-related death rates of all racial and ethnic groups, with rates two to three times greater than all other Americans.
A recent study shows that approximately four in 10 newly licensed teen drivers "crashed" in a simulated driving test.
This blog post contains practical tips for drivers who may find themselves traveling in hazardous weather conditions.
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