Idaho Teen Driving

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Talk Early, Talk Often

Talk Early, Talk Often

Get the facts on underage drinking and share this graphic to help spread the word. Brought to you by MADD



FREE Webinar | Our Brains on Technology: A Risky Combo for Drivers

FREE Webinar | Our Brains on Technology: A Risky Combo for Drivers

It’s impossible to talk on cell phones and drive safely at the same time. New York Times reporter and Pulitzer Prize winner, Matt Richtel, and Associate Dean and Psychologist, Paul Atchley will discuss the growing crisis of how technology is impacting our brains. As much as we think we can multitask, research in human attention shows […]



Video: Calls Kill

80% percent of American drivers believe hands-free devices are safer than using a handheld phone. But that is just not the case. More than 30 studies show hands-free devices are no safer because the brain remains distracted by the conversation. Read more at nsc.org/CallsKill



Seat Belts Save Challenge!

What is it? The 2015 National Organizations of Youth Safety (NOYS) Seat Belts Save Challenge is a four-week campaign designed to educate teen drivers about the dangers of riding in a car without wearing a seat belt, and increase the number of teens who regularly wear a seat belt while driving or riding in a car. […]



ST. PATRICKS DAY PSA

A quick message brought to you by Idaho Transportation Department. Subscribe to the YouTube channel for more videos.



Buckle Up for Bobby

BOBBYSTRONG Family Fun Walk and Run June 6, 2015

Buckle Up for Bobby was established in September of 2012 following the tragic loss of Bobby Rogers (16) and classmate, Tiffany Walters (17) in a motor vehicle crash in the foothills near Boise, Idaho. Another classmate was seriously injured (17). A 20 y/o passenger walked away. None of the four were wearing seat belts. Find […]



Hot off the press! ITD’s teen driver website goes mobile friendly

Hot off the press! ITD’s teen driver website goes mobile friendly

Check out the press release about our website going mobile friendly! Providing information for teens and their parents on all devices and screen sizes. Read the whole press release here…



Teen Roadway Safety Advocates

RSF and NOYS partnered with the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) in 2012 to create this program to engage youth in improving road safety near their schools and in their communities.



Roadway Safety Guide

A user-friendly booklet designed to provide basic information to improve roadway safety in your communities. The Guide contains a section on Young Driver Safety and also features case studies on successful teen driving campaigns. Click here for the online version of the guide. Hard copies are also available for free. Read the digital version of […]




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