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The “Yellow Dot” program provides detailed medical information that can be crucial following a crash. Having this information following a crash helps first responders positively identify the person, get in touch with family or emergency contacts and ensures that the person’s current medications and pre-existing medical conditions are considered when treatment is administered for injuries.​​

Yellow DOT Folder.pdf


 ​Distracted Driving Education


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The D2 (Distracted Driving) Simulator accurately mimics and displays the handling characteristics of real vehicles to educate the public on safe driving habits including impaired driving, seat belt usage, distracted driving and speeding. Special software offers 39 specialized lessons with over 200 driving scenarios and exercises. 

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 Impaired Driving Education


The 3-D (Drunk & Drugged Driving) Simulator is a battery powered car which is driven through a winding course set up with traffic cones, by an operator wearing Fatal Vision goggles. This simulates operating a vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. This program is typically presented at high schools. To participate in the program, students must have a valid driver's license and a signed permission form from a parent or guardian if under the age of 18.

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 ​Seat Belt Education


Rollover simulator - Life-size dummies are used to demonstrate what may happen to motor vehicle occupants in a rollover crash, both buckled and unbuckled.

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Child Passenger Safety education programs are designed around teaching new parents proper techniques and information to properly install car seat and safely secure their children while riding in a car​.

*New Booster Seat Law - Effective June 24th, 2015

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Motorcycle safety education- including helmet safety and sharing the road with motorcycles.​