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Distracted Driving Infographic – Dangers of Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving Infographic -Dangers of Distracted Driving
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  • davevvv

    As a nation we have to get control of this. Imagine your son or daughter being killed because someone thought it was more important to be looking at their phone rather than the road.

    • HopSing

      Even with a 300 dollar ticket they still talk on the phone. I hope they get one.

  • zAutos Editor

    Thanks, Josh. The correction has been made and will appear on the infographic soon.

  • noodle119

    The teen accused in the jogger incident in new canaan was NOT texting. She was engaged on a website (her schools) clicking to get to different pages. This is public record. I was “The joggers” girlfriend. Hands on the Wheel, Eyes on the Road – Simple concept. Thanks for putting this together. It only takes a second and lives are changed forever.

    • Judith

      Hi Noodle,

      So sorry to hear about your loss.
      Did they change it from texting ?

      I read 4 or 5 stories in the news that all said she was texting: Police Chief Harry Rilling said a forensic analysis of the girl’s cell phone records determined she was texting while driving when she fatally struck 44-year-old Kenneth Dorsey on the morning of March 26.
      Connecticut’s distracted driving laws, which are among the toughest in the nation, prohibit minors from using mobile phones or any mobile electronic devices, including the hands-free type, while driving. Texting while driving is not permitted for any Connecticut driver.

      I guess it doesn’t matter which one she was doing, as you said: Hands on the Wheel, Eyes on the Road – Simple concept.

      • noodle119

        It had been assumed it was texting because who would ever think you would be be on the internet while driving. But here is the content of the arrest warrant:

    • zAutos Editor

      We here at zAutos are very sorry for your loss. We hope that the “Eyes On The Road” infographic continues to bring awareness to an issue that demands change so that more people don’t have to suffer the loss you have. Thank you for communicating with us on this personal and important issue.

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