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Fueling Change out of Loss: The Story of Three Families and the Minnesota Hands-Free Law

Nobody will ever be prepared to receive the worst news of their lives, especially in the case of Tom Goeltz, Vijay Dixit, and Greg and Amy LaVallee, who all lost their children to distracted drivers. Goeltz was sitting in his living room when he received a call that would change his life; a distracted driver

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The Hanover’s Innovation & Sponsorship Protects Teens on the Road

The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc. takes its mission far beyond offering dynamic insurance solutions for businesses, homes, vehicles, and more. The company is also part of the solution to combat the staggering statistics of teen deaths and injuries on our nation’s roadways. In addition to promoting teen safety through multifaceted programs, The Hanover has also


The Hanover Insurance Group Joins EndDD.org Sponsors (Press Release)

EndDD.org (End Distracted Driving) is delighted to announce that The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc. has become a sponsor and part of EndDD.org’s solution to eliminate distracted driving on our nation’s roads. Sponsorship of EndDD.org demonstrates a commitment to changing attitudes about safe driving behavior. The Hanover’s support will allow EndDD.org to reach even more middle


Digital Detox: I Gave Up My Smartphone for 22 Days

Kudos to Laura Carney gave up her smartphone for 22 days and will be doing so annually in honor of her late father and Casey Feldman, both of whom were killed by distracted drivers. While Laura had already given up her smartphone use while driving, she decided to see how giving it up completely would affect her life overall. Read about Laura’s journey, what she discovered, the aftermath and tips if you want to modify your smartphone use.

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Are We Ready for Autonomous Car Features?

Crashes involving distracted driving kill thousands of people every year. The statistics fluctuate very little. In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reported that from 2013 to 2017, distracted driving contributed to about 10 percent of all fatal crashes in the U.S. Clearly, our driving culture has not changed. Do we need our