|Texas Education Agency--Driver Training Division All commercial driving schools are governed
by two government agencies, and this is one of them. Find other related contacts and curriculum for Safe
|Texas Department of Public Safety All commercial driving schools are governed by two government
agencies, and this is one of them. Find the rules and regulations for becoming a Texas Driver, and the
forms and publications regarding Texas Drivers Licensing here.
|Texas Department of Transportation This web site provides information on vehicle registration,
road conditions, highway construction and various programs and campaignas that serve Texans on our
roadways. Find information on the Lemon Law, Vehicle Trade Shows, Traffic Cameras, Rest Areas, and
|National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Great Seatbelt and Child Safety Seat information,
Ratings of rollover crash tests on many 2009 cars, Traffic Statistics, Vehicle Recall notices.
|Texas Online Web source created just for Texans that includes online Motor Vehicle Record
requests, Drivers License renewals, Vehicle Registration, and much more for the Texas Driver.
|AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety An organization that is dedicated to saving lives and reducing
injuries on the roads. It is a not-for-profit, publicly-supported charitable educational and research
organization webpage where you can find up to date Traffic Statistics, Driver Training programs, Video
Vault archives, and more.
|American Automobile Association (AAA), Texas All inclusive site that handles all times of travel
plans for Texans, not just for the roadway. Check insurance rates, car sale prices, mapping routes of
travel, roadside assistance possibilities, and more here!
|A Comprehensive Auto Safety Guide Here’s a comprehensive guide on features, weather,
defensive driving, breaking down, car accidents, vehicle recalls and defects, electronic devices, and
driving under the influence.
|National Safety Council Here’s a comprehensive site on safety in the U.S. It includes information for
the driver. Driving is a privilege. A driver’s license gives you a certain level of freedom, but it also gives you
an enormous amount of responsibility.
When behind the wheel this responsibility comes in many forms:
•Wearing safety belt
•Focusing on the road
The role of NSC is not only to educate drivers of all vehicle types, but to monitor crash trends. When
drivers engage in behaviors that increase crash rates and risks, NSC takes action.
|Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Official site for MADD, whose mission is to stop drunk driving (DUI),
support the victims of crimes related to drunk driving, and prevent underage drinking and drunk driving.
|Texas Department of State Health Services Official site for the substance abuse offender
education program taught on the Drive Trainers campus.
|Insurance Institute for Highway Safety This organization is an independent, nonprofit, scientific
and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses — deaths, injuries, and property damage
— from crashes on the nation's highways
|Kids In Cars Nonprofit organization addressing vehicle-related, non-traffic incidents that lead to death
and injury when children are left unattended in or around an automobile. Find all your information needs
concerning Child Safety Seats and more right here.
|Kids And Cars An organization whose mission is to assure no child dies or is injured in a non-traffic,
motor vehicle related event. You may have seen this organization on Oprah or The Today Show recently.
|Lisa Landry Childress Foundation An organization established in 1995 to honor the memory of
Lisa, wife of Gary Childress and mother of Christina, and youngest daughter of the late Coach Tom
Landry and Mrs. Tom Landry. In partnership with other institutions and organizations across the country,
awareness and educational programs have been developed for implementation in school curricula, youth
programs and church groups regarding the need for and the myths surrounding Organ Transplantation,
and Organ Donation.
|Texas Department of Insurance Provides helpful information to consumers, agents, insurers, and
students researching insurance issues. Includes Insurance Industry News and Information, as well as
forms for insurance complaints.
|Don't Mess with Texas Provides helpful information to consumers regarding the TxDOT litter
campaign. Find how to become an Adopt A Highway volunteer OR report a litterer OR attend a TrashOff.
|Keep the Drive A teen-led movement to take on the No. 1 killer of teens - car crashes. An average of
14 teens die a day in preventable crashes. But YOU can help reverse those stats.
|Car Insurance A great resource for finding ways to lower your insurance, to improve your rates, and to
find better rates. Also a great resource for the driving industry and history of vehicles.
|Kids Health (in cars) An informational website for all your needs concerning Child Safety Seats and
First Aid from birth to grown.
|Safe Kids . Org Engineers are working hard to ensure that cars and car seats are designed to keep
kids as safe as possible. But it’s up to every parent to take full advantage of these innovations by making
sure car seats and booster seats are used and installed correctly. Here’s what you need to know to
ensure that your most precious cargo is safe in cars.
|Aggressive Driver Info When it comes to avoiding aggressive drivers, identification of potentially
dangerous perpetrators is an important first step. In most cases, individuals who are at risk for becoming
an aggressive driver may have a high level of frustration, which they feel can be taken out on anyone—
including other motorists.
|Child Safety Seats Info and Insurance This article will give explanations, graphs, and charts on
what is expected when it comes to child restraint systems, including ratings on the best seats available
currently, and the recalls on other seats in production.
|What to do After I get a DUI or DWI?
Serenity Insurance company offers information for SR-22 insurance and advice on the steps and stages
of progressing through getting a DWI and how to handle it the proper way.