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ONE TEXT OR CALL COULD WRECK IT ALL

TailgatingDistracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America's roadways. In 2010 alone, over 3,000 people were killed in distracted driving crashes.

The U.S. Department of Transportation is leading the effort to stop texting and cell phone use behind the wheel. Since 2009, we have held two national distracted driving summits, banned texting and cell phone use for commercial drivers, encouraged states to adopt tough laws, and launched several campaigns to raise public awareness about the issue.

Distraction.gov is your resource for learning more about distracted driving. Get the facts, get involved, and help us keep America's roadways safe.

(Source: Distraction.gov)

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2 Comments

Traffic School Online said...
Driving is a huge responsibility that must be learned in steps and practiced over and over. We have to drive safely, obey the traffic laws, and respect the rights of other drivers. Not only should we concentrate on our own driving, we should also be well aware of the other vehicles around us. Driving safely also includes how and where we park our car. Passengers in our car put their safety in our hands and expect us to drive safe as well.

We shouldnt be stressed, tired, or distracted; driving should be our only focus. We need to be both mentally and physically capable of controlling our vehicle.

It is our responsibility, as a driver, to know the laws governing driving privileges. driver improvement course will helps us a lot.

Remember, driving is a privilege, NOT a right. Finally, safe driving requires a good attitude. http://www.icaredriving.com/
THURSDAY, APRIL 19 2012 11:49 AM
SusanM said...
Thanks for getting the word out regarding the seriousness of distracted driving. No doubt, it is an epidemic and we need to keep working to educate people. Here is a very informative infographic illustrating the dangers of distracted driving. It also shows which states need to enact laws to curb this behavior. http://zautos.com/distracted-driving-infographic-dangers-of-distracted-driving/

Thanks
Sue
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 2012 8:20 PM

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