Campaign Safe & Sober Planners contain traffic safety information on numerous topics. Only one planner per year will include the statistical Traffic Safety Facts and the State Legislative Fact Sheets. These fact sheets will only be included in the planner nearest to the date the fact sheets are printed for initial distribution. This will help reduce planner costs and redundancy. The fact sheets will still be available on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Web site (www.nhtsa.dot.gov) at all times.
Traffic Safety Facts
Developed annually by NHTSA’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis, Traffic Safety Facts are individual reference sheets focusing on specific highway safety topics. Current fact sheets present 1996 crash, injury, and fatality information obtained from NHTSA’s Fatality Analysis Reporting System, National Automotive Sampling System, and General Estimates System. In addition to presenting statistics, Traffic Safety Facts also provide analysis and discussion of statistical changes experienced in comparison to prior years.
Traffic Safety Facts Topics
- Large Trucks
- Occupant Protection
- Older Population
- Rural Crashes (fatalities only)
- School Bus
- State Alcohol Estimates
- Young Drivers
For copies or additional statistical information on any of the topics listed above call 1-800-934-8517. All Traffic Safety Facts are available on the NHTSA Web site (www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/ncsa).
State Legislative Fact Sheets
State Legislative Fact Sheets provide current information on specific legislative topics. Each publication presents legislative status updates; crash, injury, and fatality statistics; cost savings estimates; and listings of groups and agencies that support the legislation. The sheets are a quick and simple way to become familiar with a legislative issue; obtain a solid foundation of information on a topic; and gain direction on how to obtain further information or locate other groups supporting the legislation.
State Legislative Fact Sheet Topics
- 0.08 BAC Illegal Per Se Level
- Administrative License Revocation
- Bicycle Helmet Use Laws
- Graduated Driver Licensing System
- Motorcycle Helmet Use Laws
- Primary Enforcement of Seat Belt Laws
- Strengthening Child Passenger Safety Laws
- Strengthening Seat Belt Use Laws
- Vehicle and License Plate Sanctions
- Zero Tolerance Laws to Reduce Alcohol-Impaired
- Young Drivers
For copies or additional information about the fact sheets, call your NHTSA Regional Office or fax your order to (202) 493-2062. All fact sheets are on the NHTSA Web site (www.nhtsa.dot.gov/people/outreach/stateleg).
In accordance with NHTSA policy, most publications are available for downloading from the NHTSA Web site. Therefore, it is suggested that you check the Web site periodically to see what new materials have been made available.
The NHTSA Web site also includes the Traffic Safety Materials Catalog. Orders for these materials may be made directly from the Web site.