AHAS

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AHASAdvocates for Highway and Auto Safety
AHASAvian Hazard Advisory System
AHASAccessible Hazard Alert System (deaf emergency preparedness)
AHASAutomated Historical Archives System
AHASArmy High Altitude School (Pakistan)
AHASAutomated Historical Archives Sets
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In the "2016 Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws," released in late January, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety reported that in 2015, states enacted the fewest number of safety laws since the organization first began publishing the roadmap in 2004.
AaAaAeAeAaAeAeA "GM's decision to withhold inexpensive and lifesaving airbag the Chevrolet Aveo is inexcusable and indefensible," Jacqueline Gillan, president of the Washington D.C.-based Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, said in a statement.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, a Washington, D.C.-based alliance that works to make the nation's roads safer yesterday released its annual ranking of the states, based upon how many traffic safety laws each has.
Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, the Center for Auto Safety, Consumer Federation of America, Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety, KIDS AND CARS, Public Citizen, the Trauma Foundation and the Zoie Foundation signed the petition.
Indeed, at one point DOT even tried to liberalize its waiver process to allow more monocular drivers to graduate to heavier trucks if they could demonstrate excellent safety records in lighter vehicles, but it had to stop after it got successfully taken to court by a be-safe-or-we'll-sue group called Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.
22 panel releasing Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety's report, "Lethal Loopholes: 2015 Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws." The 12th edition of the annual report gives a rating of green, yellow or red to each of the 50 states, as well as the District of Columbia, based on their progress toward adopting 15 recommended traffic safety laws.
And you certainly wouldn't think so if you read a report this week from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, an organization that issues an annual report rating states according to how many traffic safety laws they have adopted.
Congress and President Bush are sending a message to everyone concerned - including manufacturers, government agencies and states - that booster seats and child passenger protection no longer take a back seat to vehicle safety," said Judith Lee Stone, president of Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.
During the past 25 years, federal and state motor vehicle safety laws have saved at least 131,900 lives and more than $2 trillion, according to a June report from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety.
The National Transportation Safety Board has thrown its weight behind new state-imposed limits on young, novice drivers, adding goals to those long sought by Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety and its supporters in the insurance industry and among consumer groups.
Released in January by Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety, the report graded states and the District of Columbia on 15 basic traffic safety laws and illustrated progress made over the past 25 years but also remaining problems.
Thirty states need more laws for inexperienced teen drivers and to eliminate loopholes, such as punishing a driver without a seat belt only after she or he is first pulled over for another offense, according to Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety's "2013 Roadmap of State Highway Safety Laws," released Jan.
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