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NHTSA provides national leadership in planning and developing improved driver education, licensing, enforcement, prosecution, judicial, and post-adjudication efforts.

Improving Driver Behavior and Attitude
  • High-Visibility Enforcement Toolkit The HVE Toolkit has been created with assistance from a High-Visibility Enforcement (HVE) Panel consisting of field experts effectively implementing HVE in their jurisdiction or community.
  • Law Enforcement Phlebotomy Toolkit A law enforcement phlebotomy program is a proven strategy to mitigate the time and cost issues associated with drawing blood from drivers suspected of driving while impaired (DWI) and therefore obtain the evidence necessary to prosecute impaired drivers.
  • Distracted Driving Every time someone takes their eyes or their focus off the road, they put their lives and the lives of others in danger. It is unsafe, irresponsible, and in a split second, its consequences can be devastating.
  • Teen Driving A multi-tiered strategy to prevent motor vehicle-related deaths and injuries among teen drivers by: increasing seat belt use, implementing graduated driver licensing, and reducing teens' access to alcohol.
  • No Refusal Weekend Toolkit An enforcement strategy that allows officers to obtain search warrants for blood samples from suspected impaired drivers who refuse breath tests.
  • Speeding Toolkit A source of marketing material, tools, and ideas that can be used in support of your local speed management initiatives.

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Auto-ISAC 2019 Summit
Speeches and Presentations 10/23/2019
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao Announces Further Decreases in Roadway Fatalities
Press Release Journalists 10/22/2019
NHTSA Announces Coming Upgrades to New Car Assessment Program
Press Release Car Buyers 10/16/2019
U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $1.8 Million to Enhance Highway Safety
Press Release Advocacy Groups 10/02/2019
U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $1.8 Million to Enhance Highway Safety
Press Release State Governments 10/02/2019
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