For more information on pedestrian safety, click here.
For bike safety tips and information, click here.
Have a teen ready to learn to drive? Contact AAA Driver Training for more information.
Car crashes are the leading cause of death for children, but properly installed car seats can significantly reduce injuries and fatalities. We offer lots of resources to help parents keep kids safe and properly positioned.
Did you know? Up to 80% of parents make mistakes when installing or positioning car seats.
A certified child passenger safety technician can help you make sure your child’s car seat is installed and used correctly. Find a certified technician by clicking here.
Teen Driver Safety Week is October 17-23. Teen drivers are among the most susceptible for crashes, so don’t stop reinforcing the importance of attentive driving. Learn more at NHTSA’s teen driving site.
Halloween Safety – During October, there are 30% more fatalities for pedestrians aged 5-14 than any other month. The week leading up to Halloween is especially dangerous. Make sure the costumes you buy are reflective, or add reflective tape or stickers. Instead of a mask, which can block vision, consider face paint instead of a mask, which can block vision.