AAA empowers parents to get involved as their teens learn to drive with the launch of its new Keys2Drive website. The interactive site provides extensive, state-specific information based on where they live and where they are in the learning process -- from preparing to drive (pre-permit) through the learner's permit and solo driving.
Parents will find information about their state graduated driver licensing (GDL) systems, tips for selecting a driving school, a downloadable parent-teen driving agreement and tools for choosing the right vehicle for a teen. Parents will also learn more about some of the common risks associated with teen drivers, along with tips for improving their safety.
AAA's DUI JusticeLink Web site is designed to provide criminal justice professionals with easily accessible, impartial information on a wide range of impaired-driving issues related to the detection, prosecution and adjudication of drunken drivers. AAA's goal is to help judges, prosecutors, probation officers and law enforcement professionals learn about problems in the criminal justice system and offer potential solutions in an effort to reduce drunken driving on America's roadways.
Click Below to watch a very innovative video on seatbelt safety from the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership in Sussex, England