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A total of 3,328 drivers died and another 421,000 were injured as a result of distracted driving in 2012.  And an estimated 10% of all drivers under 20 that that were involved in fatal crashes were driving while distracted.  That includes many different activities.

Here is a partial listing:

  • Texting
  • Cell phone use
  • Eating or drinking
  • Talking to passengers
  • Personal grooming
  • Using a GPS system
  • Anything else that takes your eyes off the road.

Even removing your eyes from the road for a few seconds is extremely dangerous.

For example taking your eyes off the road for as little as 5 seconds at 55 miles per hour, means your car traveled 400 feet (the length of one and a third football fields), with no input from you.  Now that is, or should be, pretty scary for anyone.

Save your life and that of others.  Don’t drive distracted.

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