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Impact Teen Drivers 1h
Start planning a pledge drive for your school now! Host it the last week before winter break or first week back in January!
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Schiller & Hamilton Law Firm Dec 12
The technology on our these days is such that when driving, we can have an app set up that will both auto respond for us, and turn notifications off to stop distractions! Check out the link for information on them!
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DC Road Rules Dec 11
Take the opportunity to talk to your college kids about while they are home for break. Remind them that teens are among the drivers most likely to be distracted and car crashes are the No. 1 killer of young drivers.
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Mrs Obiwan 6h
Replying to @RegionWaterloo
Unfortunately it’s not where but poor driving of others. My truck has been rear ended twice while I was stopped at a red light in the winter (the driver behind me going too fast for the weather.) And rear ended once while my truck was parked & I wasn’t in it.
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Chris Murphy | Críostóir Ó Murchú Dec 12
As witnessed, I feel strongly about people using their mobiles while in control of their motor-vehicle.
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Brian Porrua 8h
is most common in drivers that are 18-24 years old. The fear of missing out on a text message or a social media notification may be one the big contributors to this disaster. Knowing the proper methods to keep you focused can help keep you safe!
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Southern Strategy FL 6h
READ: client is committed to road safety! New research in detecting, preventing the growing problem of drowsy & , a major cause of car accidents and fatalities.
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People First Radio 2h
“There’s nothing worth your life. There’s no phone call, no song, no text message, nothing, that is that important”
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Drop It And Drive® Dec 12
TIRF's week 2 post is now live & includes tips easily applicable to preventing . "So, how do we stay safe & at the same time make sure we get home safe?" Pls check it out & share, you never know who this might help stay safe. cc TY
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Patton Insurance Inc 8h
Use this conversation starter from to empower friends and family to drive with fewer distractions.
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Robin Hart-Taylor Dec 11
From stowing your phone to speaking up when you see , these 10 tips from can help avoid dangerous activity on the road.
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Chip Forstall 5h
is dangerous, claiming 3,450 lives in 2016 alone. Don't be in that number
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Travelers 11h
Thanks for joining us this week! Watch her segment below for more on why and our recent survey of drivers, which uncovered some risky behaviors (like the 18% of respondents who record video when driving).
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CT's Kid Governor 9h
Meet Ashton Bip from Plymouth Center School in ! Ashton was a nominee running on a platform of during the . Watch his campaign video here:
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sarah black Dec 12
Replying to @BrigantiLaw
I agree, charges should be higher and there should be more consequences for people caught on their phone will driving. Some people still don't understand the in . You may not care about your own life but there are other people on the road
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Carranza LLP Dec 11
Starting January 1, 2019 Ontario’s penalties will be increasing. A first conviction will mean $1000 fine, 3 points and a 3 day suspension. Penalties increase upon further convictions via
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Chris Murphy | Críostóir Ó Murchú Dec 12
Too much . Not clear if other driver was on a device, or if they simply didn’t look when cutting the corner across the , aiming for FranklinSt, without looking 😡. Something for the feedback.
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Aliabbas mundrawala 21h
Replying to @CPMumbaiPolice
People run to cross signals while talking on the cell which is as much dicey as people are so engrossed in the convo that they are unaware of what's happening around them!! If a driver doesn't notice them then it tantamounts to careless driving??
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Bobbi White Foundation, Inc. 11h
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Pend Oreille Ins. Dec 10
No matter the form – any type of distraction behind the wheel can be deadly.
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