Motor vehicle-related injuries kill more children and young adults than any other single cause in the United States and are the second leading cause of death from injury for people of all ages (CDC) .
Each year, motor vehicle crashes take the lives of more than 33,000 people in the United States and result in about 2.5 million emergency department visits (CDC) .
Use of child safety seats, safety belts, and motorcycle helmets, and deterrence of alcohol-impaired driving are among the most important preventive measures to reduce motor vehicle-related injuries and deaths.
Use this quick-read description of the Community Guide as a handout for presentations or as a stand-alone piece for exhibits, webinars, meetings, and conferences. [Two pages, designed to print front-and-back, head-to-head in color, on white 8.5" x 11" paper]
Task Force Recommendations Used to Improve Tribal Motor Vehicle Safety