In 2019, the AAA highlighted that more than 55 million travelers planned to start the holiday season with a trip of 50 miles or more away from home.

Thanksgiving Travel 2020: Driver and Family Safety Tips

Thanksgiving is typically a holiday when many families travel long distances to celebrate together. In 2019, the AAA highlighted that more than 55 million...
Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of adolescent death and injury in the U.S., with the peak risk immediately after obtaining a driver’s license.

Study highlights safety benefits of virtual driving assessment

A new study has highlighted the safety benefits of having a virtual driving assessment as part of the driver’s licensing process in the United...
Travel is likely to be disrupted this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and you are advised to check your country’s official guidance before making plans.

10 Diwali safe travel tips

The Diwali holiday is celebrated around the world and, typically, involves many people planning trips to enjoy the “festival of light” with loved ones....
They are warning parents not to buy them as gifts as latest RSA figures show three of the six people who died in Ireland between 2014 to 2019 in an incident involving a quad bike or scrambler were aged 18 or under.

Parents urged not gift quad bikes or scramblers for Christmas

In the run up to Christmas the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána in Ireland have launched a new public awareness campaign...
Despite this viewpoint, young drivers are among the highest at risk for distracted driving crashes due to the combination of these beliefs and frequent cell phone use while driving (CUWD).

Study: young drivers think distracted driving risks are overblown

The risks associated with distracted driving are overblown, and the warning signs are more annoying than helpful, according to a study of young drivers...
One study found a 43 percent increase in the risk of pedestrian death on Halloween compared to one week earlier and one week later. For children between four and eight years of age, the risk of pedestrian fatality was 10 times higher at Halloween*.

Halloween family safety tips

While October 31 is a date associated with scares and frights, there’s no reason for the horrors to extend to the roads. But, unfortunately,...
Research shows that the number of recorded injury crashes increases in the weeks following the end of Daylight Savings Time (DST). With the clocks set to go back one hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday October 25 in the UK and Europe, and at 2 a.m on Sunday November 1 in the U.S., now’s the time for drivers to prepare for the increased risks they will face on the roads.

The End of DST: road safety tips for drivers and families

The end of Daylight Savings Time (DST) means drivers will soon be spending more time on the roads during hours of darkness. Research shows that...
The two organizations created the list of 18 cars following their recently published joint list of recommended used vehicles for teens.

IIHS reveals safest and most reliable new cars for teen drivers

A list of recommended new vehicles for teen drivers has been compiled by Consumer Reports (CR) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The...
The e-curriculum includes ten lessons, which feature interactive videos, games and activities, designed to teach students life-saving skills related to safer road behaviors.

Online learning helps boost road safety for children in Vietnam

The AIP Foundation is collaborating with the Ministry of Education and Training in Vietnam to pilot an innovative e-curriculum to make the journey to...