The Make it Click Initiative is an empirically-supported program targeting increased safety restraint use and back-seat use among 8- to 12-year-old children (tweens). Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children. Nearly half of the tweens killed in crashes every year were not wearing their seatbelts, and over half of tweens sit in the front seat.
Teen drivers program in Texas
The New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety is proud to announce an innovative program designed to not only enhance the enforcement of motor vehicle laws, but to educate young drivers about staying safe behind the wheel.
The mission of the Georgia Young Adult Program is to promote education and awareness to young adults about highway safety issues, such as but not limited to; underage drinking, impaired driving, destructive decisions, and other high-risk behaviors, in order to decrease crashes, injuries, and fatalities. This program is achieved by training peer-educators, providing educational programs to the schools, and funding students to participate in area, state, and national highway safety related conferences.