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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.

Injury Center Success Story

Arizona Battle of the Belt Program Saves Lives

photo: teenage girl putting on her seatbelt in the driver seat while her father watches from the passenger seat

Arizona Department of Health Services

"We are trying to address the leading cause of death and injuries to Arizona teens, and the cool part is that we are letting the kids decide what works. It’s all about defining roles and empowering students to do it—not developing tag lines they don’t get."
- Tomi St. Mars, Injury Prevention Program Manager

Arizona Battle of the Belt Program Saves Lives Success Story

Funded by the Core Violence and Injury Prevention Program (Core VIPP)

 
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