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Kudos to Car Talk

Tom & Ray were among the first public figures to spotlight the danger of distracted driving. Here at End Distracted Driving, we want to give a shout out to the Car Talk website. Thanks, Car Talk and NPR! Thanks for posting our video on the faces of distracted driving on their website. We’re proud to


Disney-Pixar and NHTSA Produce Distracted Driving Public Service Video for Kids

Written by Joel Feldman Recognizing that distracted driving is a threat to world-wide health, Disney-Pixar, in connection with NHTSA, has produced a public service video, Only the Bad Guys, that will introduce children to the dangers of distracted driving. The intention is to teach safe driving behaviors long before kids ever begin to drive. Kids


“Every 15 Minutes”

Life’s lessons are best learned through experience. Unfortunately, when the target audience is teens and the topic is drinking and driving or texting while driving, experience is not the teacher of choice. The Every 15 Minutes Program offers real-life experience without the real-life risks. This emotionally charged program, entitled “Every 15 Minutes”, is an event


Casey Feldman Foundation Sponsored NOYS Youth – Turn It Around Awards

The Casey Feldman Memorial Foundation, in cooperation with the National Organization for Youth Safety (NOYS) and the National Highway Transportation Association (NHTSA) has participated in sponsoring a program that offers prizes to organizations on behalf of youths that submit projects which turn a tragedy into an opportunity for positive change. If you started a project


New Westminster filmmaker’s short on distracted driving wins ICBC award

By Grant Granger – New Westminster News Leader David McDonald was a tyke attending F.W. Howay elementary in New Westminster during the 1990s when he began experimenting with a video camera. He’d make improvisational films he admits weren’t that good, but he sure had fun making them. McDonald’s fascination with film is finally starting to


The Last Text: Distracted to Death

In this video, a young woman has texted her sister whom she knows is driving when she sends the text–and the sister who is driving looks away from the road to read her text message resulting in a fatal crash. This video, as part of endDD’s Student Awareness Initiative, encourages participants to consider waiting to call or text someone they know is driving.