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Pedestrian Safety Month: Protecting Our Most Vulnerable Road Users

2020 marks the first year that NHTSA has officially designated October as the nationally recognized Pedestrian Safety Month.

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Video: Let's Talk Teen Driver Safety with SADD

Let's Talk Self-Driving has partnered with Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), to help create a safer future for teens on the road.

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How Can We Keep Teen Drivers Safe?

Every year, new teenage drivers get behind the wheel for the first time. If you’re a parent, this can be an exciting and scary achievement. Getting a driver’s license is a step toward independence, but driving-related crashes remain the leading cause of death for teenagers. How can we keep teen drivers safe on the road?

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Child Passenger Safety Week

Children are our most precious cargo, but they are also the most vulnerable. During Child Passenger Safety Week, we are reminding parents that safety isn't just about how we drive, but how we ride.

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How to keep our youngest passengers safe on the road

Children are our most precious cargo, but they are also the most vulnerable. During Child Passenger Safety Week, we're providing parents with 3 questions to help “right-size” a car seat for their family vehicle.

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Cycling advocates suggest ‘slow streets’ for rapid change in road safety

In the U.S., many cities are piloting ways to reduce and slow the flow of vehicle traffic. Cities in California and Oregon have developed “slow street” corridors that emphasize exercise, community connection, and safety over congestion, speeding, and pollution.

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Seeing is believing: How Phoenix residents feel about self-driving tech

On behalf of Let’s Talk Self-Driving, ALG Research recently conducted a survey of more than 200 Phoenix residents who identified as being informed about and favorable toward self-driving technology to better assess how their understanding affected their acceptance.