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Teen Driving Research & Activities

Motor Vehicle Injury prevention and control is one of the CDC priorities. CDC actively supports evidence-based interventions to drive down deaths and injuries from motor vehicle crashes.

For more information, read the CDC Transportation Injury Research Priorities, as described in the CDC Injury Research Agenda.

 

Activities & Programs

Photo: father handing son the car keysAt CDC’s Injury Center, we work to translate science into effective programs and policies that prevent motor vehicle deaths and injuries, and minimize the consequences of injuries when they occur.

Learn More About Our Activities & Programs

 

 
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