GSA Fleet is sharing the following collection of video links because we found them to be educational and meaningful to the mission of promoting safe and focused driving. The mission of GSA Fleet's National Safety Program is to reduce overall crashes and incidents by targeting specific areas of risk, and to establish consistent messages of safety awareness among drivers of Federal vehicles.
We hope you will find these video clips helpful in promoting your personal and organizational safety initiatives.
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The U.S. Department of Transportation's "Faces of Distracted Driving" video series shines a light on the tragic consequences of texting and cell phone use while driving. Click the link to hear the impacting stories from the families of distracted driving victims of all ages from across the United States.
Video length varies 2:30-5 minutes. There are over twenty videos to view on this site, each one telling a unique and impactful story.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's 'Click it or Ticket' campaign promo: creative ways to fake wearing a seatbelt and to receive real tickets. (Video length 0:32)
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The Santa Monica California Fire Department partnered with the U.S. Department of Transportation's 'One Text or Call Could Wreck it All' campaign to shows the high price your family risks paying when you use a phone while driving. (Video length- 0:31)
Embrace Life is an award-winning seatbelt advocacy commercial. Created to raise awareness of the importance of wearing a seatbelt, Embrace Life was deliberately developed to provide a counter-point to the hard-hitting 'shock and awe' advertising so common to road safety. This video was developed by writer/director Daniel Cox and producer Sarah Alexander for the Sussex for Safer Roads Partnership in the United Kingdom; click here for full credits. (Video length- 1:29)
A short film about the dangers of distracted driving; compares the responsibility of high-risk activities such as construction, firefighting and performing surgery with the task of focused driving. (Video length- 1:39)
AT&T's 'Txtng & Drivng' campaign urges consumers that 'it can wait.' This documentary features several individuals and families affected by texting while behind the wheel. The documentary was created to distribute to educators, government officials, safety organizations and public as part of an educational awareness campaign. (Video length- 10:44)
The National Safety Council celebrated '100 Years of Safety' in March, 2013 and showcased this vintage NSC film from 1953. It's one of the very first to discuss driver distractions and the importance of the brain while driving. (Video length- 2:49)
AAA creatively demonstrates reminders of the basic Rules of the Road to help keep you safe. Click on the link to visit their Driving Tips & Safety channel to see short 1-3 minute videos covering:
Five Rules of the Road:
Adjusting Mirrors for Improved Safety
Avoiding Aggressive Driving
Handling Running Off Roads
Safe/Proper Steering Wheel Grip
Stop Texting, Save Lives
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