IIHS-HLDI in the Classroom is a website owned by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS)/Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) and operated by the University of Florida College of Education’s Department of E-Learning, Technology, and Communications Services (ETC).
IIHS is an independent, nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses — deaths, injuries and property damage — from motor vehicle crashes. HLDI shares and supports this mission through scientific studies of insurance data representing the human and economic losses resulting from the ownership and operation of different types of vehicles and by publishing insurance loss results by vehicle make and model. IIHS/HLDI reside in Virginia and are wholly supported by auto insurers and insurance associations.
ETC supports research, learning, development, and outreach at the University of Florida’s College of Education.
In order to access additional, protected teacher resource material available on the IIHS-HLDI in the Classroom website, you need to register for an account. To register for an account, you must provide the requested user information, including: name, email address, school/institution name, subject(s) and grade(s) taught, and location.
This information is stored for as long as your account remains active and is used only to communicate with you regarding the IIHS-HLDI in the Classroom website. The University of Florida maintains the information, to which IIHS/HLDI also have access. None of the three organizations share your information with any other third parties, including the member companies who fund IIHS/HLDI.
If you choose not to share this information, you will not be granted access to the additional, protected teacher resource material available on the IIHS-HLDI in the Classroom website. If you wish to proceed, you may revoke your consent at a later time by sending written notification via email to email@example.com. In the event that you revoke your consent, IIHS/HLDI and ETC will delete your stored account information and remove your access to the additional, protected teacher resource material available on the IIHS-HLDI in the Classroom website.