Governor's Traffic Safety Committee

Younger Driver Tool-Kit
Informational Websites

Teen Driver Safety Education

Resources for Younger Drivers at NYS DMV

Drive It Home external link - Helping You Keep Your Teen Driver Safe

Teen Driving Safety external link
100 Deadly Days of Summerexternal link - Teen Driving Safety Toolkit at NYS Department of Health

Keep Teenage Drivers Safe external link at AAA

Teen Driver Source external link at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - Research Put Into Action

State Farm Teen Driving Site external link - Teen Driver Safety Website

TeenDrive365inschool external link - Toyota and Discovery Education

Teen Driver Safety external link at NHTSA

Motor Vehicle Safety for Teen Drivers external link at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Teen Driver external link at Progressive Insurance

Teens Learn To Drive external link

Liberty Mutual and SADD external link

What Do You Consider Lethal? external link from Impact Teen Drivers

Traffic Safety Tips

Back to School

Back to School Safe Driving Tips

Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving external link at

Effects of Cell Phone Use and Other Driver Distractions on Highway Safety: 2006 Update (pdf) external link at the Institute of Traffic Safety Management and Research (ITSMR)

Cell Phone Use and Other Driver Distractions: A Status Report (pdf) external link at the Institute of Traffic Safety Management and Research (ITSMR)

Railroad Safety

Operation Lifesaver Inc. external link
New York State Operation Lifesaver

Driver Education

Driver & Traffic Safety Education at NYS Education Department
Driver Education at NYS Education Department
New York State Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association external link

Impaired Driver Information from OASAS

The NYS Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (OASAS) is committed to reducing the level of substance abuse problems and keeping roadways and the public at large safe by assuring high quality prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery services to individuals charged with or convicted of an impaired driving offense. The goals of these efforts are to reduce the risk of DWI recidivism and additionally address the individual's use of substances in general to reduce rates of addiction and impairment problems other than DWI. To achieve these goals, OASAS in partnership with the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and the Governors Traffic Safety Committee is implementing a multi-faceted Impaired Driver Services Initiative that will significantly improve and standardize the quality and efficiency of services provided to impaired drivers across the state.

Other Impaired Driver Information

Guide Book to Addiction on College Campuses external link