Zero Fatalities is all about eliminating fatalities on our roadways. Some people may think zero is an impossible goal, but when it comes to your family and friends, what other number would be acceptable? We're aiming for zero fatalities because every one matters.
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Nevada Traffic Fatalities This Year
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Jan 1, 2012
to June 10, 2012
Jan 1, 2013
to June 10, 2013
"You're Dead" :30
"You're dead" is just a figure of speech, until you let it become a reality.
"Walking Wife" Be Pedestrian Safe :30
Do you see the face of someone you love in every pedestrian? You should, because every pedestrian is important to someone.
"OMG!" Focus on the Road :30
That text or call can wait. In 2010 alone, over 3,000 people were killed in distracted driving crashes.
"BAM!" Focus on the Road :30
Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America's roadways. In 2010 alone, over 3,000 people were killed in distracted driving crashes.
Pick a Number :30
Pick a number. Any number. Got it? Good. Now subtract that number from itself. Did you get zero? Great.
Personal Goals :30
Our goal is Zero Fatalities, and we need your help to reach it. When it comes to your family and friends, no other goal is acceptable.
Every Pedestrian :30
Every pedestrian is important to someone, so please, avoid distractions and watch for pedestrians when you're behind the wheel.
Small Plane :30
If you're a pedestrian, it's so important to look—and look again—before crossing, always making eye contact with oncoming drivers.
Monkey in the Middle
Getting caught for impaired driving can also result in arrest, loss of driving privileges, higher insurance rates, lost time at work, court costs, fines, and attorney's fees and many other unwanted consequences. Buzzed driving is drunk driving.
When you drink and drive, you are putting your life and the lives of others at risk. Be responsible, and don't let your holiday celebrations end in tragedy. Buzzed driving is drunk driving.
Family Ties Buzzed
Family Ties TV PSA
Family Man TV PSA
An Acceptable Goal Radio PSA
Moment of Silence Radio PSA
Zero Fatalities Interviews
Real people giving real answers.
Distracted Driving Victim
After being hit by a 17-year-old distracted driver a newlywed's life is no longer the same.
Texting & Driving Destroys Lives
One teen's actions led to a tragic story of loss that changed countless lives forever.
NEVADA'S SAFETY CAMPAIGNS
Beginning in 1993, the purpose of the Nevada Rider program is to conduct quality rider training throughout Nevada and educate the other users of the road to the unique aspects of motorcycles and motorcycling. The program works closely with the Department's drivers license division, motorcycle clubs and groups, law enforcement, the media, the community college system and traffic safety professionals statewide. [More]
Nevada winters can bring harsh and ever-changing weather conditions. Driving hazards such as limited visibility, black ice, avalanche-prone areas and snow removal equipment are just some that may be encountered on winter roads.
The Nevada Department of Transportation works hard and effectively to clear Nevada roads for safe winter travel, with maintenance experts plowing and applying anti-icing and deicing chemicals and sand to keep winter roads safe for winter driving. Visit NDOT's web page for more information about winter driving. [More]
Impaired driving continues to be one of the deadliest crimes in America. This site is designed to provide you with information and resources to fight drunk and drugged driving in your community. [More]
"Click it or Ticket" is a national program sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). It is the country's most successful seat belt enforcement campaign ever, helping create the highest observed national seat belt usage rate of 82 percent, and 92% for Nevada. [More]
Over 800,000 drivers are on cell phones at any given moment. The result, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), is more than 6,000 distracted driving deaths in 2008 and more than half a million injuries.
In Nevada: Up to $250 fine for talking or texting on a hand held cell phone (effective January 1, 2012). [More]
Nevada's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory board invites you to walk and bike in our state. This site discusses bicycle and pedestrian laws; tour and travel information; engineering specs and design guidelines; bike facility conditions and road profiles and other useful information. [More]
The Nevada Highway Patrol wants to reduce the number of commercial motor vehicle and passenger vehicle moving violations, crashes, injuries and fatalities. The Badge on Board program reminds drivers to take care when driving in and around semi-trucks. [More]