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Pedestrian Safety: America’s Next Public Health Crisis

Why are walkers and cyclists being killed in such high numbers? Isabella Scipioni   Pedestrian deaths have skyrocketed over the past decade, and many are wondering what the cause of this crisis is and how to stop it. Of course, distracted driving and other unsafe practices behind the wheel are contributing factors, but Angie Schmitt,


End Distracted Driving Advocate, Jennifer Smith Knows Awareness Doesn’t Stop After April

April was Distracted Driving Awareness Month.  During this time many organizations like EndDD.org and the National Safety Council created initiatives to promote the dangers of distracted driving. Now that we are beyond April and heading into the summer it is important to acknowledge that advocacy and awareness of this epidemic is a year-round action.  Jennifer


Help Us Save Lives by Using Our Free Lesson Plans and Webinar

Free Elementary School Lesson Plans & High School Webinar Since we founded End Distracted Driving (EndDD) in 2009 after the death of our daughter Casey, we have spoken to hundreds of thousands of people about driving distraction-free and speaking up for safety. Our presentations started at high schools, which quickly gained momentum as hundreds of

Sam's Distracted Day

Sam’s Distracted Day Book for Elementary School Lessons

End Distracted Driving (EndDD.org) is delighted to announce a new book, sponsored by Lear Corp, as part of Kids Speaking Up for Road Safety. This free program teaches elementary school children to advocate for safe and distraction-free driving. Sam’s Distracted Day follows a day in the life of Sam the Meerkat, who learns that focusing


Free End Distracted Driving Webinar to Broadcast to High School Students Across US and Canada

On May 12, 2020 at 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET, EndDD and trial lawyers across the U.S. and Canada are presenting a webinar aimed at teaching high school students about the dangers of distracted driving. The presentation, titled “End Distracted Driving: Keeping Ourselves and Loved Ones Safe After COVID-19,” will focus on the