Texting while driving, and using gadgets like iPods and GPS are a public safety epidemic! Using a cell phone while driving delays your reactions as much as having a blood alcohol level of .08 which is the legal limit.
By liking this page you are pledging to keep your eyes on the road, hands on the wheel and not be a distracted driver.
Teens and Cell Phones
Adults and Cell Phones
(The above was found at Texting N Driving)
(The above information was found at the Allstate website
Studies now prove that 80% of motor vehicle crashes and 65% of near misses are a direct result of driver inattention. Daily, tragic reports from across the United States make local and national news regarding those seriously injured, lives lost, and stories of families left mourning the loss of a loved one.Driving is a privilege, not a right.
Sadly, motor vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death and long term disability, including brain and spinal cord injuries for ages 1 - 44, and the number one killer for ages 15 - 21. Whether you are driving alone, transporting a child properly restrained in a car seat, or driving with other passengers with their seat belts on, CRASHES DON’T DISCRIMINATE!
The above information was found at the Stay Alive...Just Drive! website