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Distracted Driving – 3 Types: Safety Tip

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A government study estimates that on any given day over 800,000 vehicles are operated by drivers using hand-held cell phones. What amount of danger does this expose you to when you are on the road? A recent report shows that in just one year, more that 5,000 people were killed and nearly one half million people were injured in crashes involving some form of distracted driving. And cell phone use is just one example of the many non-driving activities that distract drivers and puts everyone at risk.

This “One Second Advantage™” Safety Tip will help you understand the types of serious problems drivers face from distracted driving. By making a few simple changes in your driving routine, you can significantly improve your safety performance.

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