Are You Setting a Good Example to Stop Texting While Driving?

Distracted driving is quickly becoming the most common reason for car crashes throughout the United States. Texting while driving is one of the worse forms of distracted driving as it requires the driver to completely disengage from the task of driving. Your eyes are looking at your cell phone, at least one hand is of the steering wheel, and your mind is not on the road ahead of you. In a matter of seconds, you can cause a horrific traffic accident that injuries or takes the lives of others. Other drivers, passengers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and anyone else in your path is in immediate danger if you choose to ignore the warnings about texting while driving.

July 8th, 2016|Car Accident|

New Law Aimed At Preventing Texting While Driving

A proposed law in New York may begin a national trend aimed at reducing the number of drivers who text while driving. Texting while driving is one of the most common forms of distracted driving. Distracted driving claims thousands of lives each year across the United States.  Texting while driving increases your risk of being