DuPage Guide to Community Services

Driving Safety Education

Code: JR-8200.8500-180

Programs that are designed to increase public awareness of the measures people can take to ensure their safety when driving an automobile or other motor vehicle. Driving safety programs provide information about traffic laws as they apply to motor vehicles; warnings regarding behaviors which contribute to accidents such as speeding and driving while drowsy or intoxicated; suggestions for avoiding confrontations with aggressive drivers; and tips for driving safely under specific conditions, e.g., with trucks and other large vehicles, in bad weather, in heavy traffic, in parking lots, or in areas where deer and other large animals may be roadway hazards. Information about recommended automobile maintenance practices, used car purchase tips and suggestions regarding safety equipment such as air bags may also be included.

See Also:

Driver Training (PL-7400.1900)

Motor Carrier Safety Standards (DF-8000.9000-550)

Highway Safety Standards (DF-8000.9000-300)

Driving/Accident Records (DF-7000.4590-150)

Driver Licenses (DF-7000.1850)

Driver License Testing Sites (DF-7000.1840)