The Institute 4 Traffic Safety

The focus of The Institute 4 Traffic Safety is improving auto, small truck, RV and motorcycle safety using education and training

to increase operator skills and knowledge.

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Introducing: The American Drivers Team

Join the ADT:

Thank you for your interest! It is very easy to become an ADT member and receive future information..

1) Simply register (for free) using the form below.

2) There are NO DUES, FEES, or financial committments. 


Soon we will begin offering products that identify you from other, less-committed, drivers. 

We will also offer several unique safety products.  By registering, we will let you know when potentially interesting things become available.


The ADT Wants Many New Friends...

Sponsor Proposals Invited, and Accepted.


YOUR organization or corporation can help spread the attitudes, behaviors and benefits that come from better driving. Contact us to learn more. 

Thank you for your interest!


Proposal Deadline:      May 1, 2019



"Welcome to the American Drivers Team!"

Whether you realize it or not, every time you sit behind a steering wheel and roll onto the roadway, you become part of a team, the American Drivers Team. In college, my professors and textbooks called this organization of drivers/vehicles/environment the “Highway Transportation System;” how boring! So, to make it relevant to you readers, especially those who typically have an interest in sports, I created and appropriate sporting description. One that all drivers will eventually recognize and behave as proud, responsible members: the “American Drivers Team.” As individual members we care both about ourselves and the overall team goal of safe, efficient movement of goods and services. Have an attitude that, when it comes to traffic safety, we’re all on the same team!
The placement and control of each vehicle affects others. Avoid slowing faster drivers, just as you want others not to slow your travels. Every individual on the team contributes to the safety, enjoyment, and efficiency of our journey while traveling to and from destinations. The "golden rule" is to treat others as we want to be treated. This reciprocity is accomplished whenever we make adjustments to make driving easier and safer for others. Other drivers depend on you, and you depend on them. 

Take the ADT Pledge:

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