Teens and Trucks, a program developed by the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Alliance, partnered with the Department of Transportation to create a curriculum that helps encourage teens not to use their cell phones while driving and to understand that trucks and large commercial vehicles need to be treated differently than other cars on the road.
A new campaign from NHTSA, ”5 to Drive,” aims to encourage parents to have ongoing conversations with their teens about safe driving. “5 to Drive” references the five basic rules that parents should enforce with any young drivers.
When you’re driving, all distractions, including texting, put you at risk for seriously hurting yourself or someone else. This video from Distraction.gov shows just how risky texting and driving can be.
(UDET) Center is to create healthier and safer environments in States, local communities, and Federal entities engage in environmental prevention and enforcement practices that proactively and effectively limit youth access to alcohol and significantly reduce harmful consequences associated with alcohol use by underage youth
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is the United States government's principal agency for protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves.
NHTSA collaborates with many criminal justice and community organizations to sponsor impaired driving campaigns such as Drunk Driving. Over the Limit. Under Arrest., Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving, Friends Don't Let Friends Drive Drunk and Zero Tolerance Means Zero Chances. Contact the organizations on this site to find local affiliates and impaired driving activities in your area.