Driven to save lives
Our goal is zero.
Through education, enforcement, engineering and emergency medical response we're moving toward zero deaths and injuries on Montana roadways.
—Mike Tooley, Director
Never stop learning
What you know and do could, quite literally, save a life. The resources on this page are provided in an effort to aim Montana toward zero deaths and fewer serious injuries on our highways.
A sampling of traffic- and safety-related laws provided for your convenience.
Motorcycle involvement in crashes is becoming a national priority.
You can ensure a safer winter driving experience by being prepared, alert and cautious.
Learn how you can protect the people who protect you—Montana's Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel.
When traveling during construction season, watch for the "cone zone" and for workers on the highway.
Motorists, bicyclists, and pedestrians are all responsible for safety on Montana’s roadways.
The unsafe actions of automobile drivers are a contributing factor in about 70 percent of the fatal crashes involving trucks.
Mating season, seasonal migration, and fewer daylight hours increase the odds for collisions with Montana wildlife.
It's a myth if you think you drive better under the influence. Our own Myth Crasher Crew goes to extremes to show you the truth.
Each year, some 200 people die on Montana roads. Thousands more lives are shattered by severe injuries and grief. Listen to their stories. Let's work toward zero deaths on Montana roads ... starting right now.