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Road Safety

NHTSA promotes safe behaviors on our nation’s roads.

Child Safety

A safe car with the right car seat is a good start to keeping your child safe on the road, but there are many dangers in and around your vehicle to be aware of.

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Teen Driving

After spending years protecting your children from danger on and off the road, are you prepared to help them learn to drive?

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Adapted Vehicles

Discover cost-saving tips on modifying or purchasing a vehicle that meets the needs of people with disabilities.

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Vehicle Theft Prevention

Motor vehicles are the primary mode of transportation for most of us, and often an indispensable part of our lives. But what would happen if your vehicle suddenly disappeared?

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Pedestrian Safety

On average, a pedestrian is killed every 2 hours. Understand the dangers to pedestrians and how to combat crashes in your community.

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Bicycle Safety

The safety of all bicyclists and motorists rides on mutual respect. Learn about bicycle safety and how to reduce bicycle injuries and fatalities.

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Older Drivers

Concerned about an older parent’s ability to drive safely? Learn to recognize and address changes in your older loved one’s driving.

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Motorcycle Safety

It takes two for motorcyclists to ride safely. Learn how to anticipate and respond to motorcyclist behavior, and share the road.

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School Bus Safety

Your child’s greatest school risk is not riding a school bus—it’s getting on and off one. Teach your child about school bus safety.

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Motorcycle Safety

It takes two for motorcyclists to ride safely. Learn how to anticipate and respond to motorcyclist behavior, and share the road.

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School Bus Safety

Your child’s greatest school risk is not riding a school bus—it’s getting on and off one. Teach your child about school bus safety.

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