Road Safety: Tools and Resources

The National Safety Council produces educational materials and resources to help combat the costly toll of crashes and help everyone understand what the greatest safety risks are.

Safe Driving Kit

Employers absorb costs associated with crashes whether they occur on or off the job. Workplace policies and employee education can help protect your employees, your organization and your community. Learn how to reduce risk. Get the Safe Driving Kit.

Drive it Home

The biggest threat to teen drivers is sitting in your driveway. More than half of teens will be involved in a car crash before graduating from high school. Parents can use Drive it Home educational materials and resources to set the rules before their teens hit the road.

Injury Facts

NSC publishes Injury Facts online, the go-to source for injury and death statistics and their related costs. Unintentional injuries are the third leading cause of death. Are you worried about the right things? Understand your greatest safety risks.

My Car Does What?

Backup cameras, blind spot monitors and lane departure warning systems are three of the most popular safety features that come standard on many new vehicles. My Car Does What is the place where you can learn how to interact with these features. The thing to know up front: Today’s advanced safety features are meant to assist drivers, not replace them.