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"Highway to Safety" is THE Podcast about Traffic Safety - Providing Knowledge, Raising Awareness, and Giving You the Tools to be a Safer Driver

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Highway to Safety is About Hope

Traffic crashes are within the top ten leading causes of death for a broad segment of our population, infants to age 64, and they are THE top cause of death for people ages 8 to 24.  Millions more are injured. Traffic crashes affect the young, the old; the poor, the rich; parents and children; both sexes; and every race.  They are the great equalizer.

But the great news is that how we drive can make a difference. We can’t control everyone in the cars around us, but each of us can do more to be a safer driver, and we can share our knowledge with those close to us.  This show discusses the issues in traffic safety, providing tips and suggestions, including interviews with policy makers, traffic safety professionals, and the people who are making a difference every day of their lives.  It will provide you information you can use to understand the Why and the How, and put that knowledge into practice.  Highway to Safety will discuss impaired driving, child safety seats, choosing safe cars, the dangers of distracted driving, teen safety and more.

Highway to Safety is about hope: that the more we know, and understand, the safer we will be as we travel on our roads and highways.  Highway to Safety is about providing knowledge, raising awareness, and giving you the tools to be a safer driver.

Latest Podcasts From Highway to Safety

The RADD-ONDCP Teen Drugged Driving Summit.

27 – Teen Drugged Driving: What You Can Do About It

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Did you know that: 1 in 8 weekend nighttime drivers tested positive for illicit drugs in 2007? 1 in 3 fatally injured drivers who were tested, tested positive

Underage Drinking

26 – Underage Drinking Laws: Saving Lives in Our Communities

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Thirty years ago President Reagan signed the National Minimum Drinking Age Act (NMDAA) that required states to make 21 as the minimum age for purchasing or public

Roadside Memorial Main

25 – Underage Drinking Laws: Saving Lives on Our Highways

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Have the Underage Drinking Laws Made a Difference? Thirty years ago President Reagan signed the National Minimum Drinking Age Act (NMDAA) that required states to make 21