When it comes to your friends & Family,

zero fatalities

is the only acceptable number
Fatalities
BY-THE-NUMBERS
284
Fatalities in 2019
131
Fatalities in Nevada,
Year-To-Date
The Issue:

Don’t Drive Impaired

Impaired driving is the #1 cause of motor vehicle crashes, injuries and fatalities in Nevada and 39% of traffic deaths between 2013 and 2017.

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Don’t Drive Impaired

Be Pedestrian Safe

In 2018, there were 79 pedestrian fatalities in Nevada, a decrease from 91 fatalities in 2017.

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Be Pedestrian Safe

Ride Safe

In 2018, 57 riders lost their lives on Nevada’s roadways while riding a motorcycle.

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Ride Safe

Always Buckle Up

Buckling up is the single most effective thing you can do to protect yourself in a crash. It only takes two seconds to buckle up.

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Always Buckle Up

Stop on Red

In Nevada, the main reason for all the unsafe driving at intersections is simple: people are in a hurry. And sometimes, it costs them their life.

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Stop on Red

Focus on the Road

Distracted driving is anything that takes your attention from driving, including: talking or texting on your phone, eating and drinking, talking to others in your vehicle, using the stereo or your navigation system — anything that takes your attention away from the road.

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Focus on the Road

Zero Teen Fatalities

Car crashes are the #1 killer of teens in the United States. The Zero Teen Fatalities program strives to put an end to these preventable fatalities by educating young drivers about the importance of being safe behind the wheel.

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Zero Teen Fatalities

Slow Down

Speed is a major contributing factor to driver, pedestrian and bicyclist fatalities, accounting for nearly 1/3 of all traffic deaths in Nevada.

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Slow Down
The Work:

Impaired Driving Prevention

384 people lost their lives in impaired driving crashes on Nevada roadways between 2013-2017. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Impaired Driving Prevention

Pedestrian Safety

373 pedestrians lost their lives in pedestrian crashes on Nevada roadways between 2013-2017. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Pedestrian Safety

Motorcycle Safety

305 people lost their lives in motorcycle-related crashes on Nevada roadways between 2013-2017. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Motorcycle Safety

Occupant Protection

415 unbelted vehicle occupants lost their lives in crashes on Nevada roadways between 2013-2017. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Occupant Protection

Intersection Safety

286 people lost their lives and 2,070 were seriously injured in intersection-related crashes on Nevada roadways between 2013 and 2017. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Intersection Safety

Lane Departure Prevention

527 people lost their lives in lane departure crashes on Nevada roadways between 2013-2017. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Lane Departure Prevention

Young Driver Safety

91 young drivers (ages 15-20) lost their lives in crashes on Nevada roadways between 2013-2017. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Young Driver Safety

Speeding Prevention

92 lives were lost due to speeding on our roadways in 2018. The goal in Nevada is to reach zero fatalities.

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Speeding Prevention
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