Motor Vehicle Safety
Motor vehicle crashes are responsible for more than half of the unintentional injury deaths in Alabama. Injuries can be prevented through the use of seat belts, child restraints, and avoidance of drinking and driving.
- Activity Book: Keep Alabama's Kids Safe (2.4 MB)
- Brochure: Booster Seats: Keep Alabama's Kids Safe
- Brochure: Child Restraints: Keep Alabama's Kids Safe
- Brochure: Safety Belts: Buckle Up Alabama!
- Poster: Alabama Graduated Driver's License (4.8 MB)
- Poster: Top Causes of Teenage Deaths, Ages 16-19
- Toolkit: Behind the Wheel: Tips & Tools for Teenage Drivers, Instructors and Parents (1.2 MB)
- Alabama Graduated Driver's License - Natalie Hurst's family and friends discuss the importance of the Alabama Graduated Driver's License Law.
- Seat Belt "Cops"
Occupant Restraint Survey Results
- Alabama Teen Driving
- National Organizations for Youth Safety
- "Allstate America’s Teen Driving Hotspots" Study
- CDC Motor Vehicle Safety
- Child Passenger Safety
- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
- National Safety Council
- Safe Kids USA
- The World Health Organization Violence, Injury Prevention, and Disability
Page last updated: April 19, 2017