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Distracted Driving

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Tackling the issue of distracted driving.

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Distracted driving affects drivers of every age, and it is a hard habit to quit. We hope by providing this information to you now when you are first licensed, we can impart the dangers of distracted driving and help you start practicing safe driving methods.

Tips to Eliminate Distracted Driving

Distracted driving can be a hard habit to break. Here are some tips to avoid temptation.

No Texting

Avoid texting by turning your phone on silent or installing an app that prevents you from texting while driving.

Limit Passengers

Other passengers, especially other teens, can be a big distraction while driving. Try and limit the number of friends you have in the car.

Avoid Eating While Driving

Eating out is for restaurants, not your car. Eating while driving doubles your risk of having an accident.


Set your GPS before you start your journey. If it needs to be adjusted mid-trip, stop the car before doing so.

Get Ready Beforehand

Be sure to put on your makeup and be fully groomed before you get in the car to avoid doing so in the car. Your bathroom mirror is better than the rear view any day.


Make sure to store loose items to prevent them from rolling around and tempting you to reach for them while driving.

Let’s Look at the Numbers

Distracted driving causes:


personal injuries per year


deaths per year


of all car accidents


of all teen car crashes
Distracted Driving - View of a Young Distracted Female Driver Using a Phone While Driving in Her Car on a Sunny Day