Fourth of July Travel Tips

Holiday travel is back, according to a recent survey*, and 208 million American adults plan to travel this Fourth of July. Of those, over...
A total of $2.4 million in grants is being made available to eligible community-based organisations to support initiatives that improve access to driving services, instructors and suitable vehicles.

Support for young people in regional Western Australia to gain their...

Learner drivers in Mid-West, Gascoyne and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia could benefit from targeted local support to help them obtain their licence. A total...
A total of 47.9 million people are expected to travel more than 50 miles from home between June 30 to July 4 – including 42 million people by road.

Record number of road trips expected this Independence Day

A record number of Americans are expected to travel by road this Independence Day holiday weekend, according to the AAA. A total of 47.9 million...
The combination of immaturity and inexperience in teenagers makes driving especially risky and choosing a safe vehicle is key, said the IIHS, which publishes its list of recommended vehicles annually.

Safest cars for teens revealed

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and Consumer Reports (CR) has unveiled a list of recommended vehicles for teenagers. The combination of immaturity and...
50 parents from the Kehachumchonlatkrabang school had training focusing on the importance of their children wearing helmets and making helmets fit correctly.

Road safety training for parents in Thailand aims to make children...

Parents in Bangkok have taken part in a road safety training program to help their children be safer on the streets, hosted by road...
Now the ‘Click It or Ticket’ statewide seat belt campaign is underway until June 5 in a bid to stop “preventable” loss to families.

Click it or ticket campaign aims to protect Minnesota motorists

The number of people killed in crashes in Minnesota who weren’t wearing a seatbelt rose in 2021 for the second year in a row. Now...
As the weather gets warmer, more people will be traveling Minnesota roads for vacation fun, family road trips and outdoor activities.

High intensity patrols to target deadliest driving behaviors, launches in Minnesota

The Minnesota State Patrol has announced the start of high intensity patrols focusing on the deadliest traffic violations. As the weather gets warmer, more people...
Now the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has launched an awareness campaign with a road safety speaker and a paramedic travelling across northern B.C. talking to high school students about their experiences.

Road safety speakers talking to northern B.C. teens to prevent crashes

Every year in northern British Columbia 320 people are injured or killed in crashes involving teen drivers. Now the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC)...
Researchers led by the Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) found that new drivers who get their license before 18 and are subject to mandatory driver education - including behind-the-wheel training and Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) restrictions - are less likely to crash than young drivers turned 18 who are exempt from such requirements.

Don’t assume youngest new drivers will have the highest crash rates,...

The youngest new drivers on the roads do not have the highest crash rates, a new study has claimed. Researchers led by the Center for...