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Putting A Stop to Illinois Traffic Fatalities

Last updated 5 years ago

Traffic fatalities are on the rise in the state of Illinois. In the first seven months of 2012, 559 traffic related deaths were reported, as compared to 478 during the same period of the previous year. If you are the parent of a teen who is ready to enroll in driving school, it is important to be aware of traffic safety and fatality prevention in our state. Here’s how Illinois is working to put a stop to traffic fatalities:

Improved Infrastructure

The design of a road has a great impact on driver safety and collision prevention. When roads are replaced or redesigned, driving safety will be increased by creating more visible signage, easy-to-follow lane lines, and improved pedestrian walkways. By helping drivers to easily follow the road, improved roadways encourage drivers to navigate more effectively and practice safe driving techniques.

IDOT Message Boards

The Illinois Department of Transportation is working to raise awareness of the rising number of traffic fatalities. Electronic message boards can now be updated to display a running tally of traffic deaths in Illinois. By placing this signage in visible areas on the highway, IDOT is helping to remind drivers that safety should be their top priority when they are out on the road.

Zero Fatality Goal

Illinois has committed to reducing the number of traffic deaths by instituting a Zero Fatality goal. The Zero Fatality program has been designed to raise public knowledge of driving safety. By encouraging the residents of Illinois to take a stand against traffic fatalities, the Zero Fatality spreads the message that motorists need to practice safe and appropriate driving techniques at all times behind the wheel.

To provide your teen driver with the best possible driving safety knowledge and education, enroll in a class at Top Driver. Our Chicago center provides state-of-the-art drivers education services, and we well known for our innovative and effective teaching techniques. Call us at (888) 471-5418 to learn more about how we can teach your teen about the importance of driving safety. 


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