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U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao Launches 'Stop. Trains Can’t.' Awareness Campaign to Save Lives at Railroad Grade Crossingshttps://www.nhtsa.gov/press-releases/stop-for-trai... October 6, 2020
A reminder for Super Bowl LI about not driving drunk.
The simple act of buckling your seat belt increases your chance of surviving a crash. Let’s all do our part to keep America’s roads safe this Thanksgiving. Buckle Up—Every Trip, Every Time.
Never drive drunk or high. We have safety tips for other transportation options like ride-sharing, ride-hailing, taxis, walking and more.
The number of people dying on America’s roads dropped by nearly 1,000 in 2018, according to data from NHTSA. This marks the second consecutive year that motor vehicle fatalities declined.
Before picking up your phone while driving to check the latest scores or your bracket, know that 2,841 people died in distracted-driving crashes in 2018.