Minnesota TZD saves lives by bringing together:
Giving drivers the knowledge they need to avoid hazardous driving practices and choose responsible behavior.
Ensuring compliance with traffic laws to change driver behavior and reduce unsafe driving practices.
Providing fast, efficient emergency medical and trauma services to reduce fatalities and serious injuries whenever a crash does occur.
Changing the roadway — including traffic signals, signage, and the roadside — to make safety easier.
Shaping and supporting laws that promote safer driving practices and prohibit dangerous ones.
Minnesota's Distracted Driving Challenges
Minnesotans share their perspectives on distracted driving, including behaviors they've seen on the road and how they feel about it.
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Submit your ideas for concurrent session presentations at the 2015 TZD Conference, to be held October 29 and 30 in St. Cloud. Submission deadline is January 30.
Mark your calendars for this year's TZD Regional Workshops, scheduled for May and June in eight regions across Minnesota.
MADD-Minnesota is accepting nominations for these annual awards, which highlight individuals who embrace MADD's mission. Submissions are due by February 6.
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