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Distracted driving affects all of us

Posted by Scott Stueber on Apr 16, 2013 8:52:00 AM

Distracted driving is a serious and growing problem in our country that affects all of us. Distracted driving, as defined by dictionary.com, means “driving a vehicle while engaging in an activity that has the potential to distract the driver from the task of driving.”

The infographic below discusses:
1. Distraction types;
2. The reduction in brain activity; and
3. Tips to prevent distracted driving.

Do you have any tips or related information you’d like to share? I’d love to hear from you; please share them in the box below.

To order free “Avoid Distracted Driving” wristbands, please click here. The purpose of the wristband is to serve as a reminder to everyone in your family that distracted driving is dangerous and potentially deadly. Please encourage your family members to wear the wrist band or to keep it someplace visible to remind them to “Avoid Distracted Driving”. Remember to ask yourself if texting “LOL” is worth dying for.

Wristbands are only available to West Bend insureds and agents. Supplies are limited so they will be distributed on a first come first serve basis.

Avoid Distracted Driving Infographic

Topics: Distracted Driving, Teen Safety

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