Safer Driving Practices No matter the distance, smart driving practices can help ensure safer trips. Make sure your community’s drivers are using the right seat for their child’s age and size and putting the phone down when they drive.

Child Car Safety

Child Car Safety
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What It Addresses: PSAs help parents make sure their children are in the right seat for their age and size—from rear-facing car seat to forward-facing car seat to booster, all the way to seat belt—and that they are properly buckled for every ride.
Why It's Important: Motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of death for children under 13.
When To Air It: Air this in time for spring break's road trips.

Texting and Driving Prevention

Texting and Driving Prevention
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What It Addresses: PSAs remind drivers 16 to 34 that “no one is special enough to text and drive."
Why It's Important: In 2016, 3,450 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers.
When To Air It: This campaign is timely for spring break.