- • Accident Reconstruction Network (ARC Network)
is an Internet resource portal for the industry of accident reconstruction and traffic accident investigation.
- • Advocates for Auto and Highway Safety
is an alliance of consumer, health and safety groups and insurance companies and agents working together to make America's roads safer.
- • Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute – AHRI (formerly GAMA)
The mission of the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) is to ensure human comfort, productivity, and safety, while practicing environmental stewardship.
- • American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators - AAMVA
is a nonprofit organization committed to enhancing safety and security through motor vehicle administration and law enforcement.
- • American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials - AASHTO
is a non-profit, non-partisan association representing all five transportation modes; air, highways, public transportation, rail and water in the 50 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.
- • American National Standards Institute - ANSI
is a non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system. Library and databases are available as well as list of services, standards information, events and membership.
- • American Society for Testing Materials - ASTM
provides a global forum for the development and publication of voluntary consensus standards for materials, products, systems and services. ASTM standards serve as the basis for manufacturing, procurement and regulatory activities.
- • American Society of Civil Engineers - ASCE
- • American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- • American Society of Safety Engineers - ASSE
is the oldest and largest professional safety organization. Its members manage, supervise, and consult on safety, health and environmental issues in industry, insurance, government and education. Founded in 1911.
- • Auto Safety Magnets
resource page helps raise awareness for traffic safety.
- • Automobile Recall Database - Office of Defects Investigation
allows database searches of automobile recalls by year, make and model. Delivers complete report on the recall, including the number of units affected, dates of manufacture, and provides a summary of the reasons for the recall.
- • BBB-Better Business Bureau - Auto Insurance
provides tips and information on auto insurance. Covers shopping for rates, how to file a claim and avoiding auto insurance fraud.
- • Bureau of Transportation Statistics Airline Information
gives access to data collection, analysis, and reporting and ensures the most cost-effective use of transportation-monitoring resources.
- • Center for Auto Safety
offers experts by state or specialty, information on lemon laws, auto defects and more.
- • Center for Transportation Analysis - CTA
in the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) develops integrated inter-modal transportation solutions through innovative and cost-effective research and development.
- • Centre for Automotive Safety Research CASR
in Australia is an independent research unit with in Adelaide University. Conducts high quality research that leads to a reduction in the human and economic losses from road crashes.
- • Consumer Product Safety Commission - CPSC
protects the public against unreasonable risks of injuries associated with consumer products. Search recalls, report unsafe products.
- • Consumer Reports Tire and Car Care Division
provides reviews of tires and car accessories including car batteries and gps navigation systems.
- • Crashtest.com
draws together vehicle crash test data from several sources, it compiles assessments of new and used cars generated by federal and insurance sources.
- • Crashworthiness
provides announcements regarding defects found in the products of major car manufacturers, browse by maker or defect.
- • Dangers of Drunk Driving
is a concise, comprehensive writing on the dangers and realities of drunk driving, including statistics, suggestions for alternatives, and resources for those seeking further assistance.
- • Department of Transportation - DOT
find information about the departments organizations, their initiatives, reports and publications, also has related links and library resources.
- • Distracted Driving
is a collection of articles, safety tips, statistics, blog posts and other resources focused on keeping drivers and passengers safe.
- • Edmonds
lists new car prices, used car prices, car comparisons, car ratings, car values, and auto leasing using True Market Value pricing, unbiased car reviews, ratings, and expert advice.
- • Environmental Protection Agency - EPA
is responsible for protecting human health and to safeguard the natural environment. Browse site to find info on laws and regulations, educational resources, and programs.
- • Fatality Analysis Reporting System
offers a more intuitive and powerful approach for retrieving fatal crash info. Includes research data on all US public highway fatal car crashes, reports, queries and links.
- • Federal Highway Administration - FHWA
is a part of the Department of Transportation, their job is to enhance the country's economic vitality, quality of life and environment through proactive leadership, innovation, and service excellence.
- • How Stuff Works - Auto
provides an exhaustive array of instructionals of how "stuff" actually works. With categories such as computers, electronics, and health, this site can be used by practically anyone searching for information on the basics of almost anything.
- • Insurance Institute for Highway Safety
is the leader in finding what works and what doesn't to prevent crashes and reduce injuries related to car accidents. Survey crash test evaluations, vehicle ratings, and news releases are some of the things found on this site.
- • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration - NHTSA
presents popular and technical information on auto safety, airbags, child safety seats, rollover resistance ratings and highway regulation.
- • National Institute for Driver Behavior
is dedicated to the premise that education is an essential component in the formula for crash reduction.
- • National Institute of Standards and Technology
is a federal technology agency that promotes economic growth by developing and applying technology, measurements, and standards.
- • National Transportation Safety Board - NTSB
is an independent Federal agency charged by Congress with investigating every civil aviation accident in the United States and significant accidents in the other modes of transportation.
- • NCAC - National Crash Analysis Center
is a federally funded research center concentrating on vehicle crash research, primarily supporting the USDOT's strategic goal to reduce fatalities and injuries on the nation's roadways, and serves to enhance efforts to improve safety worldwide.
- • Safer Car (dot) gov
is where to find all the latest news and reports on car safety, repair records, safety ratings, recalls by VIN number, and so much more.
- • Safety Follow-Up Dummy
is the link between the wrecked car and the occupants and manufactures car crash dummies for on-site investigation of automotive accidents.
- • Safety Online
presents accident information, products, news and resources for professionals in the occupational safety industry.
- • Society of Automotive Engineers
is the place to research technical standards and specifications. This site offers a wealth of information related to designing, building, maintaining and operating motor vehicles or craft for use on land, water or in the air.
- • Taylor Automotive Tech Line
is an automotive technical repair hotline that provides "problem solving" to individual mechanics, independent repair facilities, dealerships, body shops, Do-It-Yourselfers, and anyone who is interested in technical information about a vehicle.
- • Texas Department of Public Safety - Motorcycle Safety
administers the Texas motorcycle operator training and safety program, and all terrain vehicle safety and certification program.
- • Traffic Accident Reconstruction Origin
serves as a critical forum for ideas and techniques used in traffic and accident reconstruction. Find discussion forum, an extensive library with articles, a directory of experts, e-mail addresses of accident reconstruction experts worldwide, etc.
- • Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
is delivering on its commitment to leverage new technology to secure the nation’s airports and other modes of transportation.
- • TranStats (U.S. Department of Transportation's [DOT] Intermodal Transportation Database)
use to locate data and statistics regarding air, road, and rail transportation.
- • Volpe - The National Transportation Systems Center
whose mission is to improve transportation by anticipating and addressing emerging issues and advancing technical, operational, and institutional innovations across all modes.