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Anatomy of a Safe Driver
Just as some scientists will dedicate a lifetime to finding a cure for cancer, researchers in the motor vehicle community spend years collecting data and analyzing statistics to re- duce the number of high- way injuries and fatalities. These pages contain some of the numbers crunched and lessons learned.
Ignition Interlock: Keeping the Boozer from Driving the Cruiser
Ignition Interlock has been around for a long time, but many states hesitate on full implementation…possibly because they are unsure of its operation and purpose. Find out exactly what it’s all about!
The Multitasking Driver: Research Shows Real Dangers
The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute recently learned that driver inattention is the leading factor in most crashes and near-crashes. Tune in to see all of the results from this one-of-a-kind study.
Traffic Crashes Just Don’t Make Cents: Taking A Look at the Financial Side of Traffic Crashes
With the cost of everyday things on a constant rise, Ameri- cans are always looking for ways to save money…see how practicing safe driving behavior can positively impact your next bank statement.
MOVE is the publication of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators www.aamva.org
FALL 2008 VOL. 13 NO. 4
FROM THE TOP
AAMVA’s newly elected Chair of the Board and President & CEO reveal just how topical the issue of transportation safety is as we see a new candidate take the seat as U.S. president.
Nothing beats the sensa- tion of owning the open road if you’re cruising it on a motorcycle with the wind rushing past you...except, maybe, knowing you’ve got the proper knowledge and tools to do it in the safest way possible.
Do driver improvement programs really change poor driving habits? See what fel- low jurisdictions have to say!
As you may have heard, AAMVA experienced some positive change and chal- lenge over the last few months. Find out what’s new and what it means for you!
Fall 2008 | MOVE 3