Motor Vehicle Injuries

Example Environment & Policy

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  1. Drive Smart Kentucky
    Drive Smart is a statewide effort to reduce the high crash, injury, and fatality rates in Kentucky.
  2. You Drink and Drive, You Lose
    NHTSA, with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), and Nationwide Insurance, use this program to heighten public awareness of sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols planned as part of National Sobriety Checkpoint Week.
  3. Graduated Licensing
    Graduated driver licensing (GDL) is a system that is effective in reducing young driver crash fatalities. It is designed to introduce young drivers to the driving experience gradually, by phasing in full driving privileges over time and in lower-risk settings.
  4. Governor’s Highway Safety Association
    Informational website on state and local jurisdiction restriction of cell phone usage while driving.
  5. Drunk Driving – Over the Limit, Under Arrest
    The national Drunk Driving - Over the Limit. Under Arrest impaired driving crackdown is a comprehensive impaired driving prevention program organized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
  6. The Partnership for Safe Driving
    The Partnership for Safe Driving is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating all forms of dangerous driving through education, research, and grassroots activism.
  7. CPSafety
    The CPSafety website was put together to help parents understand the "how" and "why" behind what they are told is "necessary" for their child’s car safety or booster seat. 
  8. The National Campaign to Stop Red Light Running
    The National Campaign to Stop Red Light Running is dedicated to reducing the incidence of red light running in the United States and the fatalities and injuries it causes.

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