Vehicle and Traffic Safety


Oregon Resources

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National Resources

  • National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA):  This is an excellent site for the general public, which lists all certified child seat technicians and how to locate them.
  • Safety Belt Safe U.S.A.: a family oriented site with frequently asked questions, and most importantly an updated list of child seat recalls.
  • Car Seats: Information for Families: an online resource from the American Academy of Pediatrics, this site features information on car seat installation, what kind of seat to use for various age groups, frequently asked questions and more.
  • Teen Driver Safety: Getting on the Road: Being old enough to get a license is no guarantee teens are ready to earn one. True maturity comes from following the rules of the road and appreciating their importance to driver and pedestrian safety. The information and resources in the Auto Safety Center teach parents and teens about the dangers and responsibilities of getting behind the wheel.

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Vehicles and the Environment

  • Drive Less. Save Moreone-stop resource for reducing reliance on cars by exploring other travel options.

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