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National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 20-26, 2019 Facts about Teen Driver Fatalities Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens (15-18 years old) in the United States, ahead of all other types of injury, disease, or violence. In 2017, there were 2,247 people killed in crashes involving a teen driver, of which 755 deaths were the teen driver - a 3% decrease from 2016. Parents can be the biggest influencers on teens' choices behind the wheel…Find out more »
VDOT Traffic Incident Management @ VDOT More Information TBAFind out more »
End of Hanna Award nominations. All nominations MUST be received by 5PM today.Find out more »
Remember to send in documentation & Midway Report by 12/16/2019. Deadline approaching! Midway Reports can be downloaded from drivesafehr.org/GIT. Be sure to fax the seat belt check to 757-233-3898.Find out more »
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Location: SOUTHSIDE I-264 East @ the Old Toll PlazaFind out more »
All Seat Belt Check Results and Midway Report by 5:00 pm You can download the fillable/printable Midway report and SeatBelt Check Form at www.drivesafehr.org/git. Email the Midway Report along with supporting documents to GIT-Coordinator@drivesafehr.org or Fax to 757-233-3898 NLT 5 pm., Monday, Dec. 16, 2019 If emailing your report, please cc a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more »
Remember to turn in flash drive & Final Reports Deadline approaching!Find out more »
In 1991, Concerned Citizens Advocating Traffic Safety(CCATS) instituted the JOHN T. HANNA awards. Named after Virginia’s “Father of Transportation Safety”, these awards honor those who share Mr. John T. Hanna’s tireless dedication and commitment to improving traffic safety on Virginia’s highways. Mr. Hanna had an unparalleled zeal for safety that hallmarked his career and he still is an inspiration to every parent, police officer, judge, teacher, and citizen who is committed to saving lives through traffic safety. The John T.…Find out more »
Challenge ends today! Final Reports due 2/18/2020Find out more »
All Seat Belt Check Results and Final Report by 5:00 pm Your flash drive should be turned in. You can download the fillable/printable Final report and SeatBelt Check Form at www.drivesafehr.org/git. Email the Final Report along with supporting documents to GIT-Coordinator@drivesafehr.org or Fax to 757-233-3898 NLT 5 pm., Monday, Dec. 16, 2019 If emailing your report, please cc a copy to email@example.com.Find out more »
Remember to bring to the Awards Breakfast any costumes or flash drives not already turned in. Make sure all students participating in the Awards breakfast and all students pictured in the Video PSAs have signed Drive Safe HR photo releases. You can download photo releases from DriveSafeHR.org/GIT.Find out more »
Location: ODU - Ted Constant Convocation Center Please be sure to bring your photo releases if you haven't already emailed them. Also remember to bring any borrowed costumes, videos, or flash drives not already turned in. 2019-2020 Get It Together High School Safety Belt Challenge Get It Together Seat Belt Challenge is an education campaign and competition between area high schools to increase seat belt usage. This awards breakfast is for the Hampton Roads High Schools who participated in the…Find out more »