The NHTSA is a government agency dedicated to making American roads safer for travelers.
The National Safety Council, a nonprofit organization, provides links and articles on topics like seat belt use, safe driving for teenagers and reducing motor vehicle crashes.
The Department of Transportation is a federal agency focusing on policy and lawmaking to ensure safer US travel.
This website, from the National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health, offers information on preventing motor vehicle crashes, stating that about every 12 minutes, someone in America dies from a motor vehicle accident.
The Insurance Information Institute answers questions and disseminates information on auto safety, auto insurance, teenage drivers and more.
This primer on defensive driving discusses factors such as weather, speed limits and parked vehicles.
The Federal Citizen Information Center (FCIC) provides information on steps you can take to obtain a lower auto insurance rate.
These organizations focus on studying and preventing highway motor vehicle accidents.
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