The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is responsible for keeping people safe on America’s roadways.
Through enforcing vehicle performance standards and partnerships with state and local governments, NHTSA reduces deaths, injuries and economic losses from motor vehicle crashes.
Highway Safety Grant Programs
NHTSA provides grants to state governments so states can conduct effective highway safety programs.About the Program, Funding Status, Application Process
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NHTSA Proposes New Crashworthiness Pedestrian Protection Testing ProgramRead More about NHTSA Proposes New Crashworthiness Pedestrian Protection Testing Program
Consumer Alert: Important Jeep “Park Outside” Recall for Fire Risk
Owners should park their vehicles outside until they are repairedMay 16, 2023 Read More about Consumer Alert: Important Jeep “Park Outside” Recall for Fire Risk
Half of All Passenger Vehicle Occupants Who Died in a Crash Were Not Buckled Up
NHTSA kicks off 2023 Click It or Ticket campaign to reduce traffic fatalitiesMay 16, 2023 Read More about Half of All Passenger Vehicle Occupants Who Died in a Crash Were Not Buckled Up
NHTSA Careers & Internships
Dedicated to achieving the highest standards of excellence in motor vehicle and highway safety, NHTSA works daily to help prevent crashes and their attendant costs, both human and financial. The agency strives to exceed the expectations of the American public through its core values of Integrity, Service, and Leadership.Work at NHTSA