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United Cerebral Palsy Joins Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving Partnership

Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving is pleased to welcome United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) as a national partner in our public education campaign.

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How Can We Keep Teen Drivers Safe?

Every year, new teenage drivers get behind the wheel for the first time. If you’re a parent, this can be an exciting and scary achievement. Getting a driver’s license is a step toward independence, but driving-related crashes remain the leading cause of death for teenagers. How can we keep teen drivers safe on the road?

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San Francisco-Based Disability Advocacy Group Joins Waymo-Led Public Education Initiative

We are happy to share the news that Support for Families of Children with Disabilities, a San Francisco-based nonprofit, has joined Waymo and other local and national organizations as a part of the Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving partnership.

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Waymo-led Public Education Initiative Welcomes Leading Epilepsy Organizations

Epilepsy Foundation of Arizona and Epilepsy Foundation of Northern California have joined Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving.

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Southern Christian Leadership Conference Joins Waymo-led Public Education Initiative

Southern Christian Leadership Conference Joins Let’s Talk Autonomous Driving

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Mental Health is Key to Traffic Safety. SADD Advocates Explain Why.

Let's Talk Autonomous Driving teamed up with SADD to discuss the importance of checking your mental health before getting behind the wheel.

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Waymo and SADD Team Up to Raise Road Safety Awareness During ‘100 Deadliest Days’ of Summer

Summer also overlaps with a time road safety advocates refer to as the “100 Deadliest Days” of the year. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, more young people lose their lives due to car crashes and other destructive decisions than any other time of year.