External Links

The following links are sites we have used for statistical research, claim backing, and those with a similar mission to ours - keeping your children safe.

 
 
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National Organization for Youth safety

The National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) is a coalition of nonprofit and for-profit youth-serving organizations and government agencies working together toward the common goal of addressing health and safety issues that affect youth in the United States.

 
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National Road Safety Foundation

NRSF programs deal with distracted driving, speed and aggression, impaired driving, drowsy driving, driving skills, senior driving and more. The Foundation also works with key youth advocacy groups and sponsors contests to engage teens in promoting safe driving to their peers and in their communities.

 
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National Highway traffic safety admin

NHTSA’s Teen Driving site contains information on States' driver licensing requirements for teens as well as ideas and resources to help you—the parents—lay down the ground rules with your aspiring driver before you hand over the car keys.

 
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Reviews.com - to do’s after a Car Accident

Reviews.com gives a guide that can walk any driver through the moments, minutes, hours, even weeks following a car crash. Get your glovebox-friendly printable information here.