New Safety Initiative Leverages the Power of Dealers
More than 37,000 people died in motor vehicle crashes in 2017. A new nation-wide awareness initiative launched at NADA Show 2019 seeks to tap into the franchised dealer network to change that.
Ending Traffic Deaths: ‘So Let’s Do This’
The nationwide public-information campaign is expected to draw in franchised auto dealers and state, national and local dealer associations with “a strong voice in a growing nationwide coalition” dedicated to reducing accidents.
Cars With Advanced Safety Systems
Detailed list of cars with features that help drivers avoid or mitigate collisions.
U.S. Traffic Deaths Rise for a Second Straight Year
Over the last decade, new cars have gotten electronic stability control systems to prevent skids, rearview cameras to prevent fender benders and more airbags to protect occupants in collisions.
2016 Was the Deadliest Year on American Roads in Nearly a Decade
Lower gas prices and and increased motor-vehicle mileage combined with risky activities like speeding and driving while texting is proving deadly for American drivers.
National Foundation for Teen Safe Driving announces contest winners
“Dance with your date, not with your fate” chosen to drive upcoming safety campaign messages.
Pedestrian Fatalities Surge 11% in 2016
GHSA’s annual Spotlight on Pedestrian Traffic Fatalities projects an 11% increase in the number of persons on foot killed on U.S. roadways last year, compared to 2015. This report offers a first look at state-by-state trends in pedestrian traffic fatalities for 2016, using preliminary data provided by all 50 State Highway Safety Offices and the District of Columbia.
Best Used Cars for Teens
Models that meet our safety, reliability, and performance criteria, and are well suited to new drivers.
National Foundation for Teen Safe Driving to Launch SeniorPromise 2017 at 2017 NADA Convention
New-car dealerships can sign up for the program at the Dealers Driving Road Safety booth (#2608) at the NADA Expo.
More teens are dying behind the wheel — how NJ’s bucking the trend
A new report released by the Governors Highway Safety Association finds fatal crashes involving teen drivers spiked up about 10 percent across the nation last year — but in New Jersey they decreased.
The report, Mission Not Accomplished: Teen Safe Driving, the Next Chapter, recommends other states follow the graduated driver license model developed in New Jersey.