Big kids are curious and are at a great age to learn about keeping themselves safe in the car and on the road. These safety resources will help you keep them safe on the journey.
This Fast Facts focuses on children ages 0–19 in the U.S. in 2021 who were injured as pedestrians in motor vehicle crashes. Data are sourced from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Last updated August 2023.
Get the facts. What you need to know about booster seats.
The Railroad Safety Fast Facts provides the latest statistics and injury and death rates among children for between years 2011 and 2020. Please click the below PDF link to download.
This report ranks U.S. states for child safety during the summer. It includes findings and recommendations from five key areas.
While there has been a decrease in child pedestrian deaths, this review finds that it still ranks high in leading causes of injury-related death.
This is an in-depth research report on distracted driving in school zones conducted by Safe Kids Worldwide and its member coalitions throughout the U.S.
Injury rates among pedestrians 16 to 19 years old are up – what’s keeping them distracted? Safe Kids Worldwide looks at the trends in this report.
Results from our new study on child passenger safety.
Learn about the importance of getting your car seat registered in case there is a recall.
New research from Safe Kids Worldwide examines parent knowledge of tethers at car seat checkup events in September 2017.
Among preventable injuries, drowning is the leading cause of death for children 1 – 4 years old.
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