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Safety Sites for U.S. Motorists

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  • NETS
    A 501(C)3 non-profit organization, NETS (The Network of Employers for Traffic Safety) is dedicated to providing pedestrians and drivers with safety information and resources. Visit site>>
  • DMV Traffic Tickets Page
    A for-profit organization, (Department of Motor Vehicles) is dedicated to providing information and resources including pertinent forms that make sense of the Department of Motor Vehicles for drivers. The Traffic Ticket page explains how to avoid tickets, what to do if you receive one, and how to have expensive auto insurance points removed from your driver’s license.
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  • NTSB
    An independent agency of the U.S. Federal Government with officers appointed by the President, the NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) is dedicated to promoting traffic safety and providing investigations into and explanations of accidents related to transportation in the U.S. Visit site>>
    Presently headed by David L. Strickland and established by the Highway Safety Act of 1970, the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) is a U.S. Government Agency tasked with promoting the highest possible road and vehicle safety standards through crash testing and prevention education and resource allocation. Visit site>>
    As part of the NHTSA network of sites, provides education and information for motor vehicle shoppers, car owners, auto manufacturers, and parents related to vehicle safety including early warning reports, foreign campaigns, 5-star ratings test data, recall alerts, technical service bulletins, recall guides and more. Visit site>>
  • DOT
    Established by a 1966 Act of Congress and under the guidance of the U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Ray LaHood, DOT (United States Department of Transportation) is tasked with providing the U.S. with an efficient, convenient, accessible, fast, and safe transportation system, as well as increasing public mobility. Visit site>>

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