Youth Driven Info. Booklet
This free resource is a great way to get to incorporate traffic safety education programs at your school. Inside you will find information about how to start a Youth Driven at your school and what you can do to educate your school about traffic safety topics, such as drunk driving, distracted driving, seatbelt safety, speeding and impaired driving. Download your free booklet today.
Excuse Yourself is a FREE educational training for middle & high school students on how to safely avoid getting into a car with an impaired driver.
50 Minutes long presentation
Appropriate for grades 7-12
Can be presented in-person of virtual
Great for health classes or advisory period
The Rollover Simulator is a seatbelt safety awareness program run by the Rhode Island State Troopers. The “rollover” mimics a 25-mph rollover crash and the consequences of occupants, both adult and children, not wearing their seatbelts. In reality, most crashes happen at much higher speeds which makes the presentation that much more effective at demonstrating the importance of wearing a seatbelt. This presentation brings the issue of restraint use to life and gives its viewers a tangible portrayal of how vital it is to buckle up; every trip, every time. This presentation is FREE!
To book please fill out the request through the Rhode Island State Police.
ThinkFast Game Show
ThinkFast is a unique game show style assembly that can be brought to your school in the coming year! During ThinkFast, students will be educated on Distracted Driving, Impaired Driving, Speed, Occupant Protection, and RI General law. The retention of information during ThinkFast is high due to the interactive, pop-culture design of the performance. The student audience is broken up into teams during which they compete against one another while learning at the same time the importance of smart decision making throughout all manners of traffic safety emphasis areas.
This presentation is FREE!
To book please contact Chelsea John, Senior Program Manager & Education Coordinator at ThinkFast. email@example.com
A free program for high school health classes from AAA
This program can be modified to fit each school's class schedule.
This lesson is designed to:
Explore the impact of marijuana on the developing teenage brain
Give students an experience of cognitive impairment through simulation goggles
Demonstrate the potential consequences that can occur related to driving
Provide evidence-based information about preconceived ideas about marijuana use
Explain the physical and cognitive processes that are affected by marijuana
Explain why driving under the influence of marijuana is a crime
AAA Educational Programs
FREE AAA Virtual Educational Programs
AAA Northeast’s experts will address your community organization, business or school group, or service club on various topics for all ages!
Traffic Safety Websites
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration created the Traffic Safety Marketing website to supply communication recourse for states, partner organizations and highway safety professionals.
The National Road Safety Foundation, Inc. (NRSF) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charitable organization that for nearly 60 years has been dedicated to reducing crashes, deaths and injuries on our nation’s highways by promoting safe driving behavior through greater public awareness.
Founded in 1947, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety is a not-for-profit, publicly supported charitable research and education organization dedicated to saving lives by preventing traffic crashes and reducing injuries when crashes occur.
Recognized as a leader in traffic safety, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety identifies traffic safety problems, fosters research that seeks solutions, and educates the public.
GHSA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit representing the state and territorial highway safety offices that implement federal grant programs to address behavioral highway safety issues.
Traffic Safety Research Articles
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety June 2021 - The objective of this study was to estimate the effects of marijuana legalization on injury and fatal traffic crash rates in the United States during the period 2009–2019.
The Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (RMHIDTA) program has published annual reports every year since 2013 tracking the impact of legalizing recreational marijuana in Colorado. The purpose is to provide data and information so that policy makers and citizens can make informed decisions on the issue of marijuana legalization. Including Traffic Fatalities & Impaired Driving.
Traffic Safety APPS.
Download our free mobile app to track your driving experience together and to keep safety tips top of mind. The latest addition to The Parent's Supervised Driving Program offers parents and teens an easy, educational and convenient way to log the state required supervised driving time with the click of a button.
By using the LIFE360 APP parents can see real time information about their teens driving. Everything from speed, hard breaking, phone usage while driving, location and receive a weekly snapshot of their driving behavior. It can automatically detect collisions the moment they happen.
Visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Association website for tips on how to speak to your teen about safe driving habits. Your Teen Is in the Driver’s Seat, but You’re in Control
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) created a helpful worksheet to teach parents on how to effectively talk with their kids about the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
Parents Are the Key, a campaign from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), helps parents, pediatricians, and communities keep teen drivers safe on the road.