Projects

Check out the status of some projects we’re working on to make and keep Vermont highways safe for everyone.


The Crash Trailer is a portable demonstration of the potentially catastrophic human consequences of unsafe driving decisions. It displays a crashed car, motorcycle, and bicycle, assembled on a trailer with messaging and interactivity. The presentation will become a centerpiece of a collaborative initiative to promote and provide cost-free educational safety programming to Vermont high schools and communities.

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Intended for audiences of all ages and interests, this animated video explains the purpose and structure of the VHSA in about 2-1/2 minutes, and encourages viewers to join the VHSA, and take the Vermont Road User Pledge.

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One Highway Crash

A Driver Safety Fair can bring many of Vermont’s safety-minded organizations together at a Vermont high school to create an event that’s rich with information and experiences that help young drivers make better decisions behind the wheel. The VHSA created a safety fair resource — a contact list of free presentations, workshops, displays, simulators, and experiential demonstrations by VHSA members — so Vermont’s high schools can independently build a campus safety event that fits their needs.

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VHSA Task Force Group – OP Poster Campaign Implementation Sheet

Vermont Highway Safety Alliance and the Governor’s Highway Safety Program teamed up with Hallstrom Motorsports of Northfield to have Evan Hallstrom as the seatbelt use champion and role model. Evan is a fifteen year old male who drives a racecar in the ACT Late Model division at Devils Bowl Speedway in West Haven, Vermont, but, drives his street car with a learner’s permit.

Evan has been an amazing advocate for seatbelt safety,  with the team at Hallstrom Motor – sports and has worked hard to promote seatbelt use to our young drivers throughout Vermont.
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