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Driving Safety Links and Other Sites of Interest

Colorado Revised Statutes
The new laws relating to drivers under the age of 21.

DMV Handbooks
Driving handbooks from the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles

NHTSA Teen Drivers
NHTSA has developed a website to provide you with the fundamental resources and information you’ll need to help promote what research clearly shows reduces teen crashes: increasing seat belt use, implementing graduated driver licensing, and reducing teens' access to alcohol.

US Department of Transportation's Auto Safety Hotline
The DOT Auto Safety Hotline specializes in gathering information about safety problems in motor vehicles and equipment and is your chance to help identify these problems which sometimes lead to recalls. The Hotline can be dialed toll free at 1-888-DASH-2-DOT (1-888-327-4236).

Colorado Office of Transportation Safety
(CDOT) - Various highway safety links and information.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
This site has complete statistical and safety information.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
This site uses the information from NHTSA. It presents the information in a very usable format.

The American Automobile Association for Traffic Safety
There are a number of reports available in PDF format, and an interactive CD ROM available.

National Safety Council
This site has some information on its website and has much more available for sale to members.

No DUI Colorado

Welcome to the State of Colorado's education resource for the community regarding impaired driving and substance abuse behaviors. This website provides strategies for preventing or dealing with an impaired driving offense, resources that deal with issues about peer pressure, and self-screening for substance abuse and prevention toolkits. This site is also a resource for community coalitions, policymakers, and includes data and current news as it relates to impaired driving.