Distracted Driving results in thousands of deaths and hundreds of thousands of injuries each year. Since April of 2012 our volunteer speakers, including nurses, physicians, safety experts, driver’s education instructors, lawyers and others have given distracted driving presentation to about 500,000 teens and adults. We have more than 150 speakers who volunteer their time to give presentations across the country!
A distracted driving presentation can be scheduled for middle schools, high schools, colleges, hospitals, trauma centers, safety summits, school clubs, community groups and a wide variety of businesses in the U.S. and Canada. We tailor our presentations to our audiences.
These educational, informative and inspiring talks have been developed to maximize the opportunities for self-reflection and behavior change. Most of us know that distracted driving is dangerous, yet we persist in driving distracted. Accordingly, EndDD.org has created innovative ways to connect with audiences. The distracted driving presentations are interactive, include both poignant and humorous videos, present the sobering statistics of our current safety crisis, share true stories of the costs of Distracted Driving, and offer simple steps that drivers can use immediately to help them and others End Distracted Driving. With your help, we can make the roads safer for all of us.
Be part of the solution by becoming a speaker or scheduling an event that will help save lives by raising awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.
Are you interested in hosting an event? We do talks at schools, community events and businesses across the country.
By scheduling a presentation you are helping to keep your students, employees or community safer.
Getting started is easy. Just complete the form to the left to request a speaker.
Are you interested in helping us End Distracted Driving? We need speakers to present the facts to local groups about distracted driving.
We provide the necessary materials and train you to deliver a great presentation—All you have to do is want to help save lives.
Getting started is easy. Click on the link below to learn about ways you can help.