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EndDD.org Jun 14
Employers can help protect their employees and others on the road by taking simple steps to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving.
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“Kassy and I talked about distracted driving so many times, but she always thought she was good enough and fast enough at texting. She never thought something like this could happen to her,” said her mother, Liz Catherman.
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Lew / FM Teen Court Jun 14
Hang up and drive. End of conversation. Cell phones and safe driving don't mix. Motorists who talk on the phone while driving are four times more likely to be involved in a crash.
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Distracted Driving Jun 3
A teen driver with only one additional passenger doubles the risk of getting into a fatal car accident. With two or more passengers, they are 5x as likely
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OConnell & Aronowitz Feb 3
HAPPY SUPER BOWL SUNDAY! Drive without distraction.
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PittCo Safe Drivers Mar 4
Last week we talked to 325 students at Washington, North Lenoir and D.H. Conley High Schools about how they can help to by being empowered passengers.
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Christian County Sheriff’s Office, Ky Feb 19
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Jim Dodson Apr 17
April is . is the national movement to end distracted driving. Join us with this movement to help end distracted driving.
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Morris Lilienthal May 11
Just Stop It! Distracted driving is senselessly taking lives. Take a minute and listen how a distracted driver tragically took the life of my client’s husband.
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FC Safe Communities May 20
Distracted while driving?!? Who?!? Not me!!!!
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Street Smart NJ May 29
Driver safety tip: Eliminate all distractions when driving. Your hands should be on the wheel and your focus should be on the road.
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Putnam County Health Apr 23
We would stop our friends from driving drunk in a heartbeat -- so, why wouldn't we stop them from driving distracted? Both are deadly choices.
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Bernard Nomberg, Lawyer, Hiker, PearlJam & Sports Mar 29
April is End Distracted Driving month. For the past few years, I have spoken with high school students about the dangers of driving while distracted. In a few weeks I will speak again on this very important topic.
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Mitch Jackson | Trial Attorney May 3
April was Distracted Driving Awareness Month. I would like to thank for sharing your story and leading the way in raising awareness as to the dangers of distracted driving. Much respect to you, your family, and your team. Thank you!
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Lew / FM Teen Court May 29
Someone wouldn't drive intoxicated, so don't drive intexticated!
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Stephen Barnes Feb 1
Sending a text while driving won't score you any extra points. Please put your phone down and pay attention to the road.
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USA Fire Protection Apr 25
April is . USAFP is proud to implement our Driving Without Distractions Policy, which includes ZERO use of electronic devices while driving. This will encourage our employees to be more aware of the hazards on the road. 📵🚗 Retweet to !
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APTIM Apr 23
In support of Distracted Driving Awareness Month APTIM asks you to please be safe. Our distractions reach far beyond cell phones. Let’s eliminate the risky behavior of distracted driving to keep everyone safe.
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Alejandra Diaz Dec 13
16 to 19 year-olds are three times as likely to be involved in a fatal car crash than any other age group.
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Ostroff Injury Law Jun 13
In Pennsylvania, certain driver distractions behind the wheel are illegal. Here is a breakdown of the PA state laws on distracted driving and the actions they prohibit:
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