Roadway to Safer Tribal Communities Toolkit

American Indians and Alaska Natives have the highest motor vehicle-related death rates of all racial and ethnic groups. However, crash-related injuries and deaths among members of tribal nations can be prevented.

The toolkit’s fact sheets, posters, and video include important steps for road safety, including increasing child safety seat use, increasing seat belt use and decreasing alcohol-impaired driving.

Road to Safer Tribal Communities Fact Sheets

Safe Driving in Tribal Communities: What can tribal governments and health professionals do?

Buckle Up! Every person, every seat, every time.

Protect Our Future: Use car seats and booster seats on every ride.

Your Decision, Their Lives. If you’ve been drinking, don't drive. Get a ride.

Roadway to Safer Tribal Communities Posters

A Killer in Indian Country video

This video highlights the important steps to save lives and reduce injuries in tribal communities, including increasing child safety seat use, increasing seat belt use and decreasing alcohol-impaired driving.