Blood Alcohol Concentration Limit
The United States and all countries with BAC limits above 0.05g/dL should adopt a maximum BAC of 0.05 g/dL as the legal limit for driving.
Parents and other caregivers use restraint systems based on the child’s individual development and immediately transition to the next stage after reaching the manufacturer’s recommended maximum height OR weight.
Electronic Stability Systems
The installation of Electronic Stability Control Systems into every new motor vehicle with ongoing research into methods to cost effectively optimize ongoing system refinements should be supported.
Event Data Recorder
The ongoing development and deployment of worldwide, uniform standards governing motor vehicle event data recorders and the appropriate use of the recorded data should be supported.
Graduated Driver Licensing Systems for Novice Drivers
All jurisdictions should adopt graduated driver licensing systems for novice drivers up to age 21 also global collaboration and funding for further research is recommended.
Primary Enforcement of Seat Belt Use Laws
There should be an immediate implementation of primary enforcement of occupant restraint use laws for all seating positions and all ages in all states.
All countries should adopt and enforce legislation mandating that all passenger vehicles contain functional three point restraint systems for all seating positions. All countries should also adopt and fully enforce legislation requiring that all occupants of moving passenger vehicles be restrained appropriately as dictated by their age and size.
All countries, provinces, and/or states are urged to adopt and enforce legislation mandating that all persons riding on a motorcycle wear a properly-fitted and secured helmet that meets national motorcycle helmet standards.
Unattended Child Reminder Systems
The United States and all countries should encourage the development and widespread use of unattended child reminder systems and associated technology to reduce the occurrence of heat stress, heat exhaustion, heatstroke and other thermal injuries to children in vehicles.
Abbreviated Injury Scale
AAAM recommends that all countries use and encourage the use of the AIS 2015 for all injury research related activities.