Each year, distracted driving kills more than 3,300 people and injures an estimated 421,000. According to University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. 25% of teens respond to a text message at least once every time they drive. Often MORE. Texting or using a hand-held phone while driving is one of the leading distractions that cause traffic crashes.
Distractions are a part of everyday life, but you can learn to identify and manage them. If you are driving, do not text or talk on a cell phone or engage in other distractions while you’re behind the wheel. And if you are a passenger in someone else’s car, make sure you are not causing the driver to be distracted. Remember this simple slogan:
Eyes on the road. Hands on the wheel. Head in the game.
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