Reprinted from WDAY6 TV
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) – What will it take to make us change our driving habits? That was the question Joel Feldman posed to students at Oak Grove High School in Fargo today.
Feldman says distracted driving is not a teen problem and it will take action to end the deadly trend.
Joel Feldman/Distracted Driving Speaker, “I changed the way I drive because my daughter was killed by a distracted driver. It would be terrible if each and everybody here had to lose someone that they loved and cared about for you to change the way you drive or your parents or your friends or your older brothers and sisters.”
Feldman’s website, enddd.org offers more resources about the dangers of distracted driving.