Stop Distracted Driving
Some estimates are that about 1.6 million automobile accidents annually can be attributed to talking or texting on cell phones while driving. In addition, it is said that 11% of all drivers on the roads at any given moment are talking on a cell phone. Cell phone use while driving makes an accident 4 times more likely. Discourage texting and cell phone use while driving. To find out how, visit the National Safety Council website. Learn ways to discourage your family, friends and employees from talking or texting while driving. Also visit FocusDriven for more suggestions on reducing the incidence of distracted driving.
If you’re the victim of a distracted driver, contact CGWC for a free consultation.