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Key Conversations: How To Have ‘The Talk’ About When to Stop Driving

Many caregivers and family members wrestle with when and how to have a conversation with an aging parent or loved one about whether it’s safe for them to continue operating a car. They may be asking the questions: how old is too old to drive? How should I talk with my parents about when to stop driving? Is it okay to take the keys away from an aging parent? 

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Car Crashes Don’t Seem Preventable – But Are They?

What if we developed technology that could help prevent car crashes from happening in the first place?

Meeting Seniors' Needs During a Pandemic

Tom Egan, president & CEO of Phoenix-area nonprofit Foundation for Senior Living, describes how FSL adapted to deliver services in completely new ways amid the pandemic.

10 Innovations That Make Driving Safer, and What Comes Next

June is National Safety Month, an important time to continue the dialogue about road safety, how far we’ve come, and where we are going.

Ride Into a Safer Future: A Self-Driving Curriculum

Learn what every teenager should know about road safety and get an inside look at the future of fully self-driving technology with this self-guided curriculum for high schoolers.

Let’s Talk Mobility During COVID-19 with Foundation for Blind Children

Let’s Talk Self-Driving caught up with Marc Ashton, CEO of the Foundation for Blind Children, to see how he and his organization are adapting their programs during the coronavirus pandemic.

Let's Talk Connection During COVID-19 with Mothers Against Drunk Driving

“I believe MADD is going to reach more people than we have ever touched before because people have had to embrace this."

Waymo partners with MADD to raise road safety awareness during the holidays

The expression “tie one on” has long been used as a euphemism for drinking to excess. No one is exactly sure of the origin of the expression, but in 1986, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) decided to transform the expression for a road safety campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of impaired driving.

Happy Veterans Day

Each year, Veterans Day is an important time to recognize and acknowledge the men and women who have served our country. Our organization, United Spinal Association, sees each day how veterans not only made sacrifices for our country​ while in uniform, but ​how they are still giving back to our communities.

New report reveals urgent need for pedestrian safety

According to the report, the number of pedestrian deaths has increased 35% in ten years.

Drug-impaired driving makes our roads less safe

We all want to arrive at our destinations safely. As summer vacation season peaks and highways fill with millions of travelers, it is important to continue to be aware of some of the major factors impacting road safety.

Meet Max: High school history teacher, adventurer, and self-driving pioneer who is legally blind

Meet Max. He’s a high school history teacher at Brophy Preparatory Academy in Phoenix, Arizona. Max’s parents learned he was blind when he was three months old.

How self-driving cars can reduce distracted driving from traffic safety advocate Barbara Hoffman

On June 3, Barbara Hoffman, executive director of Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance, was featured in an article published by The East Valley Tribune discussing how distracted driving can have tragic consequences.

Arizona traffic safety alliance teams up with Let’s Talk Self-Driving

Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance, an educational advocacy organization dedicated to ending red-light running, is joining Let’s Talk Self-Driving to raise awareness about how self-driving technology can improve road safety.

Discover the Future of Mobility for National Mobility Awareness Month

National Mobility Awareness Month is the perfect time to talk about how self-driving technology can transform the lives of blind people across the country.

Pledge to just drive for distracted driving awareness month

Each day, at least nine Americans die and 100 are injured in distracted driving crashes. Tragically, 100% of these crashes are preventable. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month so it’s an important opportunity to look at some of the factors distracting human drivers, and what we can do about it.

Waymo & AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah team up to educate the public on self-driving

Today, AAA Northern California, Nevada & Utah is joining Waymo and our many partners in our mission to increase awareness and education about how self-driving technology can address road safety and mobility challenges.