Texting and Driving Prevention

Although most people agree that looking at a phone while driving is distracting and can increase the chance of an accident, a lot of drivers still think “it can’t happen to me.” That means drivers in your community are posting, liking, commenting and browsing while they are behind the wheel even though they know it’s a bad idea. In fact, 25% of teens respond to a text message once or more every time they drive. No matter how confident a person is in their driving skills, there are no special abilities that make it safe to use a phone while driving. New PSAs aim to remind young adults 16-34 that being special in all other aspects of their lives does not make them special enough to text and drive.

Sponsor: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, State Attorney's General

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