Get It Together (GIT) High School Seat Belt Challenge
Get It Together Seat Belt Challenge is an education campaign and competition between area high schools to increase seat belt usage. The Get It Together Challenge is in its 23rd year in the Hampton Roads area and has been successful in increasing seat belt use each year. Over 700,000 students have been touched by this program.
Old, Used, Borrowed and Abused Child Safety Seat Round-Up
The Round-Up is an annual collection of old and broken child safety seats. These seats are collected during the month of February for recycling. For over 31 years, Drive Safe Hampton Roads has been dedicated to preventing crashes, injuries, and fatalities on the region’s roadways.
Regional Child Safety Seat Checks
Car seat checks and fitting stations are specific locations where parents and other caregivers can receive education and training from a certified CPS technician in how to properly install and use their child safety seat.
This program offers adults 55 and older the opportunity to check how well their personal vehicles “fit” them. Technicians guide participants through a 12-point checklist to correctly adjust mirror positions, the distance between their chest and the steering wheel, and other vehicle features.