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2008 Comparison of Insurance Costs (3/14/08)
Evenflo Safety Recall of Discovery Infant Car Seat (Feb. 1, 2008) (2/1/08)
NHTSA Policy and FAQs on Cellular Phone Use While Driving
NHTSA's Approach to Motorcoach Safety (8/8/07)
Formal Agreement Reached on Brake Transmission System Interlock (BTSI) (2/16/07)
Includes lists of 2007 vehicles with and without BTSI
Highway Safety Program Guidelines (1/11/07)
SAFETEA-LU Information and Facts Sheets (10/3/05)
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Countermeasures That Work: A Highway Safety Countermeasure Guide For State Highway Safety Offices (3rd Edition, 2008)
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Quick Reference Guide to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards & Regulations
Biomechanics and Trauma
Crash dummy research to improve modeling of human response in crash situations.
Motor Vehicle Traffic Crashes Leading Cause of Death in the United States, 2005
NCSA Research Note DOT-HS-810-936
Programs Across the United States That Aid Motorists in the Reporting of Impaired Drivers to Law Enforcement
NHTSA Report DOT HS 810 750
Connecticut's 2003 Impaired-Driving High-Visibility Enforcement Campaign
NHTSA Report DOT HS 810 689
6th Annual BUA Annual Report to Congress
2002 annual report required by Congress and Executive order regarding NHTSA-led activities to increase safety belt use. In 2002, the National usage rate rose to 75 percent -- an historic high. In States with primary enforcement laws, the average safety belt use rate rose for the first time to 80 percent.
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