Distracted driving can change your life and countless others
Thousands of people have been killed by distracted drivers; hundreds of thousands have been injured. You can help stop distracted driving. Change your driving habits and help your family members do the same by learning about the dangers of distracted driving and by reviewing our Family Safe Driving Agreement together.
Travelers Partners With Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series and Asks “What Drives Runners?” – “My Drive Comes From” campaign to raise money for EndDD.org (End Distracted Driving)
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series today announced Travelers, an official sponsor, is shining a spotlight on what motivates runners with its “My Drive Comes From” campaign, which kicks off July 18-19 at the Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago Half Marathon. The campaign will continue throughout the year. Committed to raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving, Travelers will use the campaign as a platform to highlight “the drive” of runner Joel Feldman. Travelers will donate $100 to EndDD.org’s charitable arm, the Casey Feldman Foundation, for every mile run by Feldman and two other EndDD.org representatives throughout four races [....]
Each of us makes decisions that impact us individually, our families and our communities. In launching its “Power of 1” safety campaign, Power Design, Inc’s CEO Mitch Permuy says, “You’ve seen the numbers, now let’s take action to not become a number.” He reminds us that we each have the power to make safe driving […]
Pennsylvania State Senators Teplitz and Wosniak are joined by Distracted Driving Speaker Joel Feldman of EndDD.org to announce introduction of new legislation that would limit drivers to hands-free use of cell phones [....]
Emergency Medical Service (EMS) personnel arrive at crash scenes to save lives. They know firsthand the devastation that comes from inattentive driving. Too often, they become victims on the road while working at crash scenes by other drivers. And sometimes, as a result of their own distracted driving, they and their patients being transported are injured or killed. NHSTA estimates that there are 4500 ambulance crashes annually. The safety of EMS personnel was the focus of the 41st Annual Western PA Emergency Medical Service Institute held at Seven Springs Resort [ ….]