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End Distracted Driving Campaign

Distracted Driving Presentation

Distracted Driving results in thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of injuries each year.  Since April of 2012 our volunteer speakers including professionals, nurses, physicians, safety experts, driver’s education instructors, lawyers and others have given presentations to more than 325,000 teens and adults. We have more than 700 speakers who will be volunteering their time to give presentations across the country-the momentum is building! Presentations are scheduled for high schools, colleges, hospitals, trauma centers, safety summits, school clubs, community groups and a wide variety of businesses in the U.S. and Canada. Click here to see a list of presentations given by EndDD.org Founder Joel Feldman and click here to see a recording of a recent school presentation.

These educational, informative and inspiring talks will present the sobering statistics of our current safety crisis, share true stories of the costs of Distracted Driving, and offer simple steps that drivers can use immediately to help themselves and others around them End Distracted Driving.

Be part of the solution by speaking locally or hosting an event that will help save lives by raising awareness on the dangers of distracted driving.

Host A Presentation

Are you interested in hosting an event? If you’re part of a school, PTA, civic group, community organization, church, synagogue or other gathering we’d love to talk with you about distracted driving.

By hosting a presentation you join our effort to educate over 100,000 students about the dangers of distracted driving.

Getting started is easy. Just complete the form to the left to request a speaker.

Become A Speaker

Are you interested in helping us End Distracted Driving? We need speakers to present the facts about distracted driving to local groups throughout North America.

We provide you with the necessary materials and train you to deliver a great presentation—All you have to do is want to help save lives.

Getting started is easy. Click on the link below to learn about ways you can help.