Young Driver Safety
The goal of the Nevada Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP) is to reach zero fatalities. Nevada’s Young Driver Safety Problem Fact Sheet provides information on who is involved in fatal and serious-injury pedestrian crashes, where and when these crashes occurred, and why they happened. The Fact Sheet also outlines critical strategies and action steps the State of Nevada plans to take in reducing young driver crashes in efforts to reach our goal of zero fatalities.
Kevin Moore, Nevada Department of Public Safety – Office of Traffic Safety
Karen Spratter, Kimley-Horn
September 24, 2020 – Young Driver Safety Task Force Meeting
Improve driver education by standardizing curriculum
- Participate in a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) driver’s education curriculum review.
- Participate in an Association of National Stakeholders in Traffic Safety Education (ANSTSE) review of driver exam.
- Identify grant funding to develop an interactive online training.
Provide Legislative Support for No Cell Phone Use during Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL)
- Collect and provide data on cell phone use by young drivers.
All Advisory Opinions for the 2021 Legislative session are under development.
|Young Driver Safety Task Force Meeting Minutes||06/2020|
|Young Driver Safety Task Force Quarterly Summary Report||03/2020|
|Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) Teenagers||Website||03/2020|
|Teen Driving Safety Research at CIRP||Website||2020|
|National Safety Council – Teen Drivers and Information for Parents||Website||2020|
|2017 Young Driver Traffic Safety Facts||05/2019|
|Young Driver Safety Critical Emphasis Area Fact Sheet||08/2019|
|Countermeasures that Work: A Highway Safety Countermeasure Guide for|
State Highway Safety Offices (Chapter 6: Young Drivers)