On the Road
Ways of preventing fires
Nationwide, every year, nearly 2,000 children ages 14 and under are injured in residential fires, and more than 400 die. Approximately 80 percent of all fire-related deaths and injuries occur in the home.
Home drowning prevention tips
Cooler weather in most of the country means swimming pools have closed for the season, but parents and caregivers should know that other drowning dangers still exist in and around the home.
Teen drivers have the highest crash risk of any age group
Teen drivers have the highest crash risk of any age group. Per mile traveled, they have the highest involvement rates in crashes, from crashes involving property damage only to those that are fatal.
Three common situations to avoid
Safe Kids Buckle Up addresses the three ways children can be injured in non-traffic related incidents in and around cars. While the majority of deaths to children involving motor vehicles are traffic related, approximately ten percent of deaths are reported as non-traffic related.
Statewide public education campaign designed to promote courteous driving
The New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety with the cooperation of the AAA Clubs of New Jersey, the New Jersey State Safety Council and the New Jersey Chiefs of Police Association has developed a statewide public education campaign designed to promote courteous driving.