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The original Native CARS Tribes who used these tools saw a huge change within their communities. Proper child passenger restraint use increased by an average of 50% in the first three Tribes that implemented interventions between 2009 and 2011. Comparison tribes saw only an average 12% increase (p=0.005).

No only did the number of children properly restrained increase, we also saw an increase in community engagement and cooperation.  Different sectors and organizations came together to create effective solutions. We also saw success in the expertise that individuals in the community gained. These experts will carry on the good work long after Native CARS is gone.