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Community Partners

The New Hampshire Driving Toward Zero Coalition collaborate with many community partners who support the mission of the program. Our partners' efforts are instrumental in raising awareness about the dangers of risky driving behaviors and help promote a safety culture among those who live, work, and play in New Hampshire.

Meet our Community Partners:

AutoFair Automotive Group

AutoFair Automotive Group

AutoFair Automotive Group proudly serves the automotive needs in the New Hampshire and Massachusetts areas. To offer the best possible selection of quality new and used vehicles in New Hampshire and Massachusetts and the surrounding areas, AutoFair Automotive Group proudly carries new Honda, Ford, Hyundai, Nissan and Volkswagen vehicles in multiple locations as well as a large inventory of pre-owned vehicles to choose from.

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Chiefs of Police

The New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police was founded to secure closer official and personal relationships among the commanding officers of New Hampshire's Police Departments, as well as elevate the standards of police service, and uphold the honor and integrity of the profession. They also strive to advance the science pertaining to the prevention and detection of crime, and take a concerned interest in the wellbeing and safety of the citizens within their communities.

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Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD)

As New Hampshire's only full service, comprehensive children's hospital, the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (CHaD) is committed to providing outstanding compassionate care for children and their families. Their physician expertise provides primary, specialty, and tertiary care to the children of New Hampshire, Vermont, and beyond. CHaD offers inpatient (hospital care) and outpatient (same day care) services at Dartmouth‐Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH. Outpatient and same day surgery services are available at Dartmouth‐Hitchcock Manchester, as well as outpatient pediatric specialties at Wentworth‐Douglass Hospital, Dover and in Exeter. Primary care is available at Dartmouth‐Hitchcock facilities in Bedford, Concord, Keene, Lebanon, Manchester, Nashua, and Plymouth, NH as well as Bennington, VT.

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Community Alliance for Teen Safety

Community Alliance for Teen Safety is located in Derry, NH. CATS was founded in 1996 and received its nonprofit status as a 501(c)(3) in 1997. Their mission is to promote safe habits for all youth by increasing awareness of high-risk behaviors, encouraging healthy choices, and fostering community alliances.

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Derry Community Television

Derry Community Television is a P.E.G. (public, education, government) access station that produces series of shows and public service announcements for the Derry community. Their mission is to operate government channel 17 and public access channel 23 for the town of Derry, and provide and produce quality programming on a non-partisan basis.

Drug Free NH logo is a New Hampshire web site designed to help individuals, families and communities get informed, get involved and get help with the effects of alcohol and other drugs.

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New Hampshire Automobile Dealers Association (NHADA)

The New Hampshire Automobile Dealers Association (NHADA) is a statewide trade association, representing the interests of the motor vehicle industry. Membership consists of all of the new-car and new-truck dealers in the state, along with motorcycle, recreational vehicle, farm equipment, used-car, power equipment, and construction equipment dealers, as well as motor vehicle service, auto body repair, and motor vehicle parts sales facilities, and associate members.

Survive the Drive


SurvivetheDrive® motivates and informs teenage drivers, through comprehensive educational presentations, to understand their own vulnerability and imprint safe driving attitudes, behaviors and techniques. Their goal is to save lives and make communities safer environments in which to live and work.