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14
Aug

Cell Phone Provider Tells Users “Texting Can Wait”

Two years ago, AT & T began the “Texting Can Wait” campaign to alert young drivers to the dangers of texting and driving.  These power commercials feature individuals whose lives were changed as a result of sending a text message, instead of paying attention to the road.

10
Jun

A Game of Chance

Most of us would agree that when we text we are taking a chance—taking a chance that something bad will happen. This video, ‘A Game Of Chance’ created by Jamie Shin & Sarah Rosenshine, puts in perspective the chances we are taking. Maybe we all need to think of texting while driving like holding a gun to our head.

02
Mar

Glee Distracted Driving PSA: “On My Way”

In this video, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Ad Council have teamed up with the hit Fox television show, Glee to create a message that highlight the dangers of texting while driving. You may have seen the actual episode of the show where Quinn, (played by actress Dianna Agron), was involved in the

02
Dec

Teen Drivers—One Text or Call Could Wreck it All

Secretary of Transportation Ray La Hood has added another weapon to aid in the battle to combat teen driving tragedies caused by distracted driving. In collaboration with Regal Cinema, new public service announcements (PSA) have been released that depict in a straightforward manner the risks that texting and driving pose to teens.

19
Aug

Bus driver, with passengers, is caught on video.

All of us at one time or another has driven while distracted. When you drive distracted you are taking chances and are putting other people at risk. This video—taken by a passenger—shows a professional bus driver who makes his living driving other people and who is responsible for the lives and safety of his passengers.

01
Aug

Do you see the pedestrian?

In this video published by the Abbotsford B.C Canada Police Department, a 64-year-old man was struck while walking across Hillcrest Avenue at Parkview Street. Despite being in a marked crosswalk during daylight hours and walking through an intersection with good sightlines, the man was still launched 50 feet when he was struck by a passenger car.