Iowa's RoadsNo matter where you're going on Iowa's roads, drive there safely.
Make Zero Fatalities your goal.
What's your goal?What goal is right for your family?
You're Dead"You're dead" is just a figure of speech, until you let it become a reality.
Iowa Coach Kirk Ferentz supports Zero FatalitiesThe University of Iowa's football coach, Kirk Ferentz, supports Zero Fatalities as a goal for his family and team. Shouldn't you?
ISU Coach Fred Hoiberg supports Zero Fatalities IowaIowa State University men's basketball coach, Fred Hoiberg, supports Zero Fatalities as a goal for his family and team. Shouldn't you?
Stay ConnectedWhat keeps you connected?
Iowa Basketball Coach McCaffery supports Zero FatalitiesUniversity of Iowa men's basketball coach Fran McCaffery suports Zero Fatalities Iowa for his team and his family. Shouldn't you?
A Goal We Can All Live With
Zero Fatalities – sounds like an impossible goal unless you think about it one person or one crash at a time. Â A recent study showed 99 percent of Â crashes are caused by human error. Had each person causing a crash changed one or more behaviors, that crash would have been avoided. Â Crashes, including those causing fatalities, are not inevitable. Weâ€™ve identified some of the most dangerous behaviors that are killing people on Iowaâ€™s roads. They are speeding, driving impaired, driving distracted, driving drowsy, and not buckling up.
We donâ€™t have to convince people that zero fatalities is a good goal. Everyone already has that goal for themselves and their loved ones. If every family focused on these five behaviors, together we can reach zero fatalities.Â
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