New AAMVAcast episodes now available — Episodes 198 and 200 (AAMVAcast)

Shift into Safe News

Discussing roadway safety with the National Safety Council 

AAMVAcast, a podcast by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA), discusses keeping people safe on the roads with Lorraine Martin, president and CEO of the National Safety Council (NSC). The 35-minute episode delves into the multifaceted issue of transportation safety and its intersection with the workplace, emphasizing the role of employers in fostering a culture of safety and offering practical strategies and training for addressing risky driving behaviors. The episode also explores the broader societal and cultural implications of transportation safety, emphasizing the need for a collective effort to prevent crashes and fatalities on our roads, and discussing a much-needed shift in safety culture, wherein individuals prioritize the well-being of themselves and others while driving. Listen to episode 198 — Discussing Roadway Safety with the National Safety Council — here.

Working with tribal authorities

Tribal communities are among the most vulnerable groups when it comes to traffic safety. In fact, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for American Indians and Alaska Natives. In episode 200 of AAMVAcast, James Manuel with the Washington Department of Licensing and Captain Rick Roberts with the Alaska State Troopers provide insight on working with tribal authorities on licensing, road safety, enforcement and other issues. Listen to episode 200 — Working with Tribal Authorities —here.

A man driving his car on a highway with his phone on the dashboard with a navigation map on it.