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Together We Drive Safety.

It takes all of us to make roads safe.

New drivers, seasoned vets, pedestrians, cyclists, and everyone in between all have a part to play. We believe in approaching traffic safety from a community standpoint and have created these banners to help partner with those who want to help achieve safer roadways for all. Distracted driving, speeding, and pedestrian safety are three of our major focus areas, but the idea behind Together We Drive safety can lend itself to just about any type of traffic safety advocacy.

Feel free to download and use these graphics in whatever way you’d like to help promote safe driving habits. We are always adding more, so make sure to come back and check for any new creatives!

To download, just click the graphic you wish to save!

Pedestrian Safety Banners:

In 2020, 6,516 pedestrians were killed and est. 55,000 were injured nationwide

A pedestrian was killed every 81 minutes in traffic crashes in 2020

Distracted Driving banner:

We can all play a part in the fight to save lives by ending distracted driving

Passenger/Seatbelt Safety square infographic:

51% of passenger vehicle occupants killed in 202 were unrestrained

Distracted Driving/Young Drivers square infographic:

Parents first have to lead by example – by never driving distracted – as well as having a talk with their young driver about distraction and all of the responsibilities that come with driving.

Speeding wide infographic:

According to NHTSA data, 11,258 people died in speeding-related crashes in 2020, and speeding was a contributing factor in 29& of all fatal crashes.

  • Local roads saw the most speeding, with 87% of all speeding-related traffic fatalities occurring on non-interstate roads
  • Speeding contributes to 37% of the fatal crashes in work zones
  • Speeding was a factor in more fatal crashes on wet roads than dry roads

Distracted Driving large infographic:

Distracted driving claimed 3,142 lives in 2020. Distracted driving is any activity that diverts attention from driving.