Motor Vehicle Injury
About 90 people die each day in the United States from motor vehicle crashes (CDC). Strategies to prevent these deaths include increasing use of child safety seats, safety belts, and motorcycle helmets, and reducing alcohol-impaired driving.
Community Preventive Services Task Force Findings
This summary of CPSTF findings to reduce motor vehicle injuries can be used as a reference, included in presentations, or shared with colleagues.
CDC’s Health Impact in 5 Years (HI-5) Initiative
HI-5 highlights non-clinical, community-wide approaches that have evidence reporting 1) positive health impacts, 2) results within five years, and 3) cost effectiveness and/or cost savings over the lifetime of the population or earlier. The website features links to implementation resources and success stories that can help communities get started.
Presentations and Promotional Materials
Use these materials to share information about the CPSTF findings and Community Guide products with your community.
What Works Fact Sheets
Community Guide In Action: Stories from the Field
Community Guide News
Developed by The Community Guide in collaboration with CDC’s Injury Center
CDC Press Release: Ignition Interlocks Reduce Alcohol-Impaired Driving
Developed by The Community Guide in collaboration with CDC’s Division of Unintentional Injury Prevention