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https://www.nhtsa.gov/document/summer-driving-tips... May 11, 2018
Of the many great things about summertime, few match the fun of a family road trip. Before you hook up that new boat or camper, or hit the road with your family or friends in your car, SUV, pickup, or RV, take the time to review these summer travel safety tips. Prevention and planning may take a little time up front, but will spare you from dealing with the consequences of a breakdown—or worse yet, a highway crash—later.
https://www.nhtsa.gov/document/summer-driving-tips... May 9, 2019
Summer Driving Tips 2019
La lucha para que nadie más vuelva a manejar tomado comienza contigo. Asume el compromiso de nunca manejar borracho hoy mismo.
https://www.nhtsa.gov/document/summer-driving-tips... May 20, 2020
Summer Driving Tips 2020: Summertime often means summer travel, and though your travel plans may be different this year, now is a good time to review these summer driving safety tips. Prevention and planning may take a little time up front but will spare you from dealing with the consequences of a breakdown—or worse yet, a highway crash—later.
2020 was a year of change in how Americans connect, work, and travel. Many of us are under stress—and understandably so. Unfortunately, the pandemic and the resulting economic dislocations and stay-at-home orders have been accompanied by a sharp increase in risky driving and fatal crashes.
Fiscal Year 2018 State Grant Determinations.
A self-assessment tool for older drivers who want to be sure that they are keeping themselves, and everyone else around them, safe on the road.
Understanding Your Community’s Impaired-driving Problem : September 2012
This document presents eight case studies of programmatic efforts that are intended to reduce the incidence of impaired driving. The purpose of the document is to provide examples of promising efforts that might encourage law enforcement managers and others to consider developing similar programs for their jurisdictions.
Drive by the Rules - Keep the Privilege - Teen Board Poster
This document reports the results of a study on why some individuals repeatedly drive while under the influence or intoxicated, even after being convicted of DWI. Through qualified interviewers (trained counselors and probation officers in the substance abuse field), we were able to ask repeat offenders directly about their experiences with the legal and adjudication process, as well as learn about their personal backgrounds.
The Driving School Association of the Americas hereby resolves to continue its support of the Novice Teen Driver Education and Training Program Standards project by supporting and encouraging State Driver Education Assessments as conducted and coordinated through NHTSA -- 2010
Questions you might want to ask the older driver in your family to ensure that they can continue driving safely.
Getting older doesn’t necessarily mean a person’s driving days are over. But it’s important to plan ahead and take steps to ensure the safety of your loved ones on the road.