The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) seeks an experienced Research Analyst to join their research team in Arlington, VA.
Authorizes AV testing.
Universal helmet law enacted 1970.
75 and over: renewal every 5 years in person with vision test (in person or physician report)
.15 and .20
Mandatory for repeat convictions; highly incentivized for first convictions
Under 2 years old in rear-facing seat (or until minimum weight requirement reached)
7 yrs or under
Children in rear-facing devices must be in a rear seat if available - otherwise, in front only if front passenger airbag is deactivated
8-17 yrs (4-7 yrs with physician's exemption)
16 / 3
Midnight - 4 a.m. (secondary enforcement)
First 12 months: no more than 1 under 21 (secondary enforcement)
Thereafter: no more than 3 under 21 under certain conditions (secondary enforcement)
15 / 6
Secondary; Primary for occupants under 18
All drivers; passengers 18 and over
Under 18: All (primary enforcement)
Yes. Primary law.
Yes. Primary law.
All drivers. Primary law.
Permitted by state law
School crossing zones and highway work zones
Permitted by state law and city ordinance
Statewide; no more than one intersection for every 10,000 residents in each community, except for communities under the Northern Virginia Regional Commission, which are allowed systems at not more than 10 intersections or no more than one intersection for every 10,000 residents, whichever is greater
Decriminalized and legal for recreational and medical use
Per se >0 for some drugs
The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) seeks a Data Analyst at our offices located in Ruckersville, Virginia, 12 miles north of the city of Charlottesville.
The coming anti-speeding pilot program represents a multi-state, multi-organization effort in cooperation with Maryland, the Governors Highway Safety Association, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the National Road Safety Foundation.
Memorial Day weekend is one of the deadliest times on the nation's roads. And as you hit the road for the holiday weekend, police are hitting the roads too.
Story by Nick Minock
May 27, 2021
GHSA and Distracted Driving Survivor Advocates Team Up to Reinforce the Need for Comprehensive Approach to Driver Inattention
Three national roadway safety organizations — the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and National Road Safety Foundation (NRSF) — are partnering to fund and evaluate pilot projects by two states to reduce speeding.
GHSA News Release
March 4, 2021