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“WHOSE HIGHWAY IS IT ANYWAY?”inc. © TM

NATIONAL – INTERNATIONAL HIGHWAY SAFETY, TEEN DRIVER SAFETY EDUCATION & INFORMATION CENTER.

A not for profit 501(C) (3) Corporation.

REGISTERED NEW YORK STATE ATTORNEY GENERALS CHARITIES BUREAU.

307 Pleasant View Avenue, Syracuse, New York 13208-3748   (315) 455-1647 / educationfz@yahoo.com

 

CORPORATE MISSION STATEMENT

 

SAVING TEEN DRIVERS LIVES, THIS IS OUR MISSION, OUR ONLY MISSION.

 

 

“WHOSE HIGHWAY IS IT ANYWAY?”inc. © TM  is dedicated to serving millions of drivers National & International that use their Nations highways for pleasure and business. With a special salute to Teen Driver Safety Education Programs and the driver education teachers that work to save lives. Those that serve and protect, Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical, Highway Maintenance, Engineering  Personnel and the millions of men, women and children that have lost their lives on the highways of the world since the first fatal accident in 1898. Each year our country suffers over 5ooo teen deaths & over 400,000 injuries. Costing over 34 billion dollars to our economy & the tragic loss of our TEENS and our future.

 

Our mission is to support, promote and help raise funds for Teen Driver Education Programs  Nationally and Internationally as well as provide the very best in curriculum for the instruction of Leadership, Driver Safety, Drug & Alcohol Abuse Education Programs & Presentations for High School Students, Parents, Chambers of Commerce, Business, Civic Organizations and the General Public.

 

“WHOSE HIGHWAY IS IT ANYWAY?”inc. ©TM informs by educating with entertaining, witty humorous, informative Print, Radio, Television, Internet web-sites and  Social Media with programs about highway safety, how it affects drivers and non driver’s, neighborhoods & Communities, planting a subliminal reminder as to Drive Safely, no Drugs, no Alcohol &  no Distracted Driving so that drivers…………………

 

 “DON’T DRIVE YOUR LIFE AWAY”© You only have one, so does everyone else.

 

The curriculum of these highway safety education programs are versatile, covering a wide range of topics about the laws, rules, regulations and good common sense and driver courtesy,  found in the WHOSE HIGHWAY safety publication with our A to Z curriculum 19 chapters 122   color pages.

Topics covered are endless, from National and International rules of the road and the lives of those that use our highways.

 

 “WHOSE HIGHWAY IS IT ANYWAY?”inc. ©TM 

Our Management Team and volunteers are dedicated to create a professional atmosphere of enthusiasm to Communicate, Motivate and Educate,  understanding  the Vehicles, the Drivers,  the Environment, the Choice, the responsibility, the Consequences, all in the service of saving lives.

 

“WHOSE HIGHWAY IS IT ANYWAY?”inc. ©TM Departments of Media, Publications, Public Relations and Web – Site Technology is a clearing house for National and International highway safety information, and educational curriculum for Teen Safe Driving Programs. Also language and print translation through internet web-site for United States, Canada, South America, Europe, Middle East, Asia, Australia. This is our Mission Statement and our dedication to all we serve. In keeping with the International phase of our mission it is in conjunction with the United Nations World Health Organization which has declared highway safety as a world health issue.

Our Diversity policy is to cover inner city areas with our campaigns & recruit volunteers as well as members of our Board of Advisors and Board of Directors thus giving us a well rounded staff reflecting our communities.

 

“The World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention” Press Release shows that 1.3 million men, women and children lose their lives each year, and another 50 million are injured. The report shows the rate of traffic accidents deaths and injuries will become the third leading cause of global death and disability by the year 2020 ahead of malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS.

 

If the trend continues, the world wide economic cost of these casualties has been estimated at $518 billion a year with $100 billion accrued by low and middle-income countries.

 

The Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO) recalled that the first person to be killed by a vehicle (car) had been Bridget Driscoll, a 44 year old mother of two, who was knocked down at London’s Crystal Palace on August 17th 1898. The car had been traveling at 12 km per hour (7.5 miles per hour). Speaking at the inquest, the British Coroner had warned “This must never happen again.” The world to its great loss, hasn’t taken his advice.

 

Taking the British coroners advice, over 2.5 million lives could be saved if the projected fatalities per vehicle could be reduced a further 30 per cent by 2025, which appears to be a reasonable goal. Using the estimate of ratios between deaths, hospitalized injuries and minor injuries presented in the World Report, this would represent additional savings of 37.5 million hospitalizations and 175 million minor injuries. Every life is precious and deserves to be protected on the roads of the world. Even the conservative targets for improved safety performance, many lives could be saved and injuries prevented.

 

At “WHOSE HIGHWAY IS IT ANYWAY?”inc. © TM our mission is working with the World Health Organization road safety issues and all local, Regional, State, National, and International Safety Institutes helping to make our Neighborhoods, Communities Streets, Roads, and Highways safer for everyone, Drivers and non Driver’s alike.

 

 SAVING LIVES IS OUR MISSION, OUR ONLY MISSION.

 Frederick Louis Zimmerman IV hse /mts

President /Chief Operations Officer

Board of Directors……………………………….

Ms. Dorothy Pappas Zimmerman / Vice President, WHOSE HIGHWAY.

Mr. Theodore Binder / Chairperson of the Board

Ms. Katherine Walsh / Vice Chairperson of the Board

Ms. Jo-Anne Cacchione / Student Advisor

Ms. Patrice Sherling / Student Advisor

Ms. Nicolle De Marco /Publications Director

Mr. Christopher Walsh  / International Finance

Mr. Anthony Cacchione / Student Promotion & Programs Director.

 

“If you cannot find the courage to lead, you will surely be relegated to follow”

FLZ, USMC,1985