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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration(NHTSA) is continuing its exploration of traffic safetyduring the COVID-19 public health emergency. Thiswork is crucial to furthering our understanding ofchanges in potentially dangerous driving behaviors,and allows us to expand or evolve countermeasures tomeet current...
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Available here: https://www.cdc.gov/transportationsafety/pdf/Drug-Impaired-Driving-Summary-Sheet-LD-508.pdf?ACSTrackingID=DM45261&ACSTrackingLabel=Copy%20of%20CDC%20Releases%20New%20Drug-impaired%20Driving%20and%20Data%20Linkage%20Fact%20Sheets_DM44976&deliveryName=DM4526...
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Available here: https://www.madd.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/NHTSA-January-2021-Impaired-Driving-Update.pdf...
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MADD Calls on Congress to End the Drunk Driving Epidemic by Enacting Federal Legislation to Require Lifesaving Technology in All New Cars WASHINGTON, D.C. — Drunk driving claimed the lives of 10,142 people in 2019, accounting for 28 percent of...
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On December 3rd, MADD Virginia held its annual Tie One On For Safety Kick off to remind all Virginians to plan ahead for a safe ride home if their plans include alcohol, and to ensure their friends and family do...
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In the United States, one person tragically dies every 50 minutes in a drunk driving incident. Far too many families experience the pain of losing a loved one to impaired driving, and even more, must cope with health and financial...
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Drug and Alcohol Prevalence in Seriously and Fatally Injured Road Users Before and During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency. Read the Study here: https://rosap.ntl.bts.gov/view/dot/50941...
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MADD Supports the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police (VACP) in asking Virginia Governor Northam to amend SB 5029/HB 5058 for the safety of all Virginians. The VACP states that “These bills particularly impact the safety of Virginia roads by...
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DALLAS – Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) is encouraging all teens to take extra care of themselves and their friends while coping with the unexpected disruptions and challenges caused by the pandemic. As part of MADD’s Power of You(th)® program, MADD is working...
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