Child Passenger Safety - Proper use of child restraints (i.e., car seats, booster seats, seat belts) is the most effective method available to prevent fatalities in a motor vehicle crash.

Distracted Driving - Activity that could divert a person's attention away from the primary task of driving. All distractions endanger driver, passenger, and bystander safety.

Impaired Driving - Often a symptom of a larger problem: alcohol and drug use, misuse, and abuse.

Mature Drivers - Age 65 and older.

Motorcycle Safety - Keeping motorcyclists as safe and protected as possible when riding.

Occupant Protection - Maine Highway Safety is committed to keeping drivers and passengers safe through appropriate occupant protection use.

Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety - Many people engage in walking, running, and bicycling to maintain physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. For many pedestrians and bicyclists, safety is a major concern.

Speeding - Traveling too fast for conditions or in excess of the posted speed limit is a factor in almost one-third of all fatal crashes.

Young Drivers - Young drivers account for more auto accidents than any other age group. Practicing safe driving techniques increases the odds of keeping safe on the road.