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Social Media Apps are Too Dangerous to Use While Driving – EndDD.org Joins with the Partnership for Distraction-Free Driving to Launch a Petition to Save Lives

Manufacturers of social media apps have a responsibility to warn users not to drive while using their apps, and, in some cases, to disable the app so that it cannot be used while driving. To reduce distracted driving crashes End Distracted Driving (EndDD.org) has joined the Partnership for Distraction-Free Driving in launching a petition drive to encourage social media companies to do the following [….]


The Snapchat Distracted Driving Lawsuit: What Legal and Moral Responsibilities do App Manufacturers Have With Respect to Distracted Driving?

Whether it’s texting, accessing Facebook, taking selfies or using other apps, including Snapchat, we have become a nation of distracted drivers. So what is different about the “Snapchat distracted driving lawsuit?” It is because not only was the distracted driver sued, but also Snapchat, the manufacturer of the app the driver was using at the time of the crash [….]


Join Us in the Philadelphia Area Wed. Night, Dec. 16th for a Presentation

If you are in the Philadelphia area come and participate in our EndDD (End Distracted Driving) presentation Wed. night, Dec. 16th at 7:00 pm. EndDD’s founder, Joel Feldman, who has personally spoken to more than 80,000 teens and adults across the country will be presenting, joined by Pat Fallon of the Montgomery County Health Department. Location: Lower Merion High School


The Inside Pocket – Safety Has Never Looked so Good; 5% of Pre-Order Profits to Benefit EndDD.org

Through the generosity of The Original Inside Pocket Company, The Casey Feldman Foundation will receive 5% of the profits on pre-orders of luxury hoodies and fleeces in an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign that launches on November 12th. The inside pockets on the hoodies and fleeces store mobile devices while users drive, bike or walk, reducing the temptation to make or receive texts or calls [….]


CBS News Philly – Father Raises Awareness Of Distracted Driving

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — “Distracted driving kills nine people every day and injures another 1,100, according to the CDC. Experts say it’s a growing problem.…’My daughter Casey was killed by a distracted driver,’ Joel Feldman [EndDD.org] tells a 10th grade class at Marple Newtown High School. Twenty-one-year-old Casey was hit by a 58 year-old man who was distracted by his GPS….” Watch the TV News Clip.