In August 2020, GHSA partnered with Michelin North America to survey U.S. parents of novice drivers to determine if the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their teens’ driver education/licensing. A news release and infographic discussing the survey findings were released on October 19 in conjunction with National Teen Driver Safety Week.
GHSA's partnership with other organizations provide resources for states to create safer roadways.
Building on the shared belief that autonomous vehicles (AV) have the potential to make our roads safer, GHSA is partnering with Waymo to educate key stakeholders and the public through their Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving campaign. GHSA’s AV policy supports the development and deployment of this technology to “improve road safety, mobility and convenience.”
Law enforcement is a key partner in highway safety. As the “boots on the ground” of traffic safety, law enforcement officers are crucial to reducing fatalities on our roadways. High-visibility enforcement (HVE) campaigns that are data-driven, targeted and aggressive are cornerstones of ensuring safety and creating the changes in driver behavior that GHSA and its members seek. Law enforcement agencies can also be partners in educating the public about safe road use.
One in five vehicles on the road today has an unrepaired safety recall. GHSA is partnering with the National Safety Council (NSC) to spread the word that it is important – and easy – to check a vehicle’s recall status and schedule a free repair as soon as possible through the national Check To Protect campaign.