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Governors Highway Safety Association

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The Governors Highway Safety Association is the states voice on highway safety. Prior to September 2002, the firm was known as the National Association of Governors Highway Safety Representatives.
The 501 nonprofit associations represent the highway safety programs of states and territories on the human behavioral aspects of highway safety. Their areas of focus include occupant protection, impaired driving and speed enforcement, as well as motorcycle, school bus, pedestrian and bicycle safety, and traffic records. The Governors Highway Safety Association’s mission is to provide leadership in the development of national policy to ensure effective highway safety programs. The Governors Highway Safety Association provides a collective voice for the states in working with Congress and the federal agencies to address their safety challenges.
In Directions in Highway Safety The Governors Highway Safety Association's quarterly newsletter provides timely, comprehensive information about federal and state highway safety activities and initiatives. Members and associate members reach more than 1,000 individuals in the highway safety field by writing special columns and articles.
The Governors Highway Safety Association produces numerous reports and publications on key issues. These include the Survey of the States series that examines traffic safety measures on a state-by-state basis. The series has examined safety belts, aggressive driving and underage drinking prevention policies with more surveys planned in the future.
Over the years, the firm has earned a solid reputation, with an established tradition of trust. Their agents are insurance professionals who recognize that personal service is the key to meeting individual and business concerns. They are a company committed to provide high quality insurance products and outstanding customer service to their policyholders, claimants and agents that represent them.

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