Below are video discussing the many Safety Campaigns that MVA encourages the public to become more involved in.
Please take some time to learn more about how we can keep Maryland roadways safe!
An interview with Christine Nizer to discuss automobile interlock systems.
Chrissy Nizer from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration discusses State to State and how her jurisdiction got involved in the service.
Lt. Governor Brown's video greeting for the 9th annual Maryland Remembers event in Annapolis, honoring the lives of those lost to drunk driving crashes on Maryland roads.
An animated look at the problems with disabled parking spaces.
On October 1, 2012, new Maryland vehicle laws took effect that require all motor scooters and mopeds to be titled and insured, while all operators and passengers must wear a helmet and eye protection. All motor scooters must display a title decal on the rear of the vehicle.
These new requirements are in addition to the existing law that requires all motor scooter and moped operators to possess a valid driver's license or a moped operator's permit.
Click here to apply for a title and title decal.
MVA has produced and distributed this bicycle safety public service announcement to communicate the three-foot safety rule for motorists as well as bicyclists.
Vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 16 to 20 year olds. MVA gives parents the tools to change that.
Parents are the key to their children's safety, especially when it comes to driver education. Your teen's future is in your hands.
This stunning video is intended to stress the hard fact that more people die on our highways than those who meet untimely deaths by violence and crimes in Maryland.
Visit www.TowardZeroDeathsMD.com for more information.
Think before you and your buddies go out and drive drunk. Drive sober or get pulled over.
Motorists are reminded of a new law that takes effect on October 1, 2012 regarding actions drivers must take when approaching intersections with non-functioning traffic signals. Also learn the required actions when approaching a flashing red or yellow light or when a police officer is in an intersection directing traffic.
Don't ride beyond your experience. Learn how to manage your motorcycle. Learn more tips to stay safe on the roads with this video.