May
31
2013
On this last day of Global Youth Traffic Safety MonthTM (GYTSM), The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility is proud to have launched the IKnowEverything program nationwide!
May
29
2013
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility is always on the lookout for innovative and creative programs across the country that help highlight the issues of teen driving, particularly drunk and distracted driving, and especially since M
May
28
2013
Just as teens need to understand the tremendous risk they face when they drink and drive, text, or refuse to buckle up, they also need to understand the risks that lie in the roadway itself each and every day.  Sharp curves at the bottom of
May
28
2013
Research has shown that ignition interlock devices alone are not effective in reducing recidivism among high BAC and repeat DWI offenders after removal of the device.
May
24
2013
Judges are a highly educated group of professionals.  As time goes on we all think we know just about everything there is to know about a subject, but surprise, in the area of teen driver safety we now have another resource with more importa
May
23
2013
The largest Global Youth Traffic Safety Month program Act Out Loud® is a youth-led contest that engages and empowers youth during and leading up to Global Youth Traffic Safety Month.
May
21
2013
As we announced in March, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility and the National Association for Sports and Physical Education (NASPE) collaborat
May
20
2013
Today’s news brought more headlines about young women drinking in college.  The headlines, as always, go beyond the mere facts of the study and sensationalize
May
20
2013
Driving is a tricky hurdle in the adventures of parenthood.  While the idea that your son or daughter can suddenly “help” with driving seems great, this new found freedom sure does kick up the level of worry a few notches. 
May
16
2013
The following comes via Elizabeth Ryan, a Sophomore at Park View High School in Sterling, VA
May
16
2013
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently issued new recommendations to eliminate alcohol-impaired driving.
May
13
2013
May is a perfect time for teens to be focused on driving safety. With prom, graduation, and summer trips just ahead, there are a lot of teens and others on the roads celebrating and enjoying the warmer weather.
May
10
2013
The National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) knows a lot about teen driver safety!
May
09
2013
It’s National Physical Fitness and Sports Month!
May
09
2013
This week is National Teacher Appreciation week. We know how valuable teachers are to our nation’s youth.
May
08
2013
To launch Global Youth Traffic Safety MonthTM in the U.S., the National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS) held a rally today at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC.
One of our nation's many Chiefs of Police describes why he's proud he and his colleagues have partnered with The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility's IKnowEverything teen driver safety program.
May
06
2013
As a Chief, I’d like to think I know everything about teen driver safety. I do know that teens think they already know everything about safe driving.
May
03
2013
The leading cause of death for teens in the United States is traffic crashes.
May
01
2013
Thanks to all of you for joining the conversation during Alcohol Awareness Month – but our work is not finished.  Since May is Global Youth Traffic Safety Month&t