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What is Distracted Driving?

Are you distracted when you drive? Answer these questions and find out:

a. Do you pick up your cell phone and dial a number?
b. Do you text while driving?
c. Do you punch in an address into your GPS while in motion?
d. Do turn around to pick up something that fell to the floor?
e. Do you switch CDs or DVDs, flip through your MP3s, or look at your radio to see what song is playing while driving?
f. Do you eat while driving?

If you answered yes to any of the questions, YOU are a DISTRACTED DRIVER. So what should you do?

BECOME AWARE
Learn the facts and the risks of distracted driving.
Distracted drivers are everywhere.

COMMIT TO SAFE DRIVING PRACTICES
Take the NO PHONE ZONE PLEDGE and share your commitment with others.

DRIVE PROACTIVELY
If you spot a distracted driver, the best thing that you can do is distance yourself. If they are paying attention to their texts and not the road, chances are they'll be stopping really fast sooner or later. Watch out for the people with their phone up to their ear. Assume they are going to make the wrong move so you aren't surprised when it happens. Don’t rely on turn signals, stoplights, and stop signs. If you maintain a safe distance between you and vehicle in front of you, that should give you ample time to slow down and stop if necessary.
Do not pick up your cell phone and dial a number.
Do not talk, text while driving


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