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NAFA Recommends No Use of Handheld or Hands-Free Devices For Its Members- Interview With Phil Russo, NAFA Fleet Management Association CEO

Last October, NAFA Fleet Management Association took a stance on the issue of distracted driving. They adopted a no-tolerance policy towards distracted driving by recommending that their members prohibit the use of electronic devices for drivers, both handheld and hands-free. We spoke with Phil Russo, the CEO of NAFA Fleet Management Association to discuss the new policy, the reasoning behind the policy, and his thoughts on the distracted driving epidemic [….]


Lawsuits Against Car Manufacturers for Installing Dangerous Voice-Activated Features

Distracted driving crashes are receiving more and more attention. Much of the focus has been on texting, and more recently on using all the other apps and features of our phones, including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram. But what has not received much attention is the dangerous distractions being built into our cars [….]


“Where Do You Draw the Line?” – Main Line Philadelphia Teens Produce Distracted Driving Video

By Peter Dissinger, Guest Blogger – Senior, Friends Central School, Wynnewood, PA. It’s no stretch to say that distracted driving is an epidemic in today’s world. Every month, it seems as if I am hearing about another car crash that was caused by a driver’s lack of attention to the road. Whether it is texting, […]


EndDD.org Particpates in Launch of Global Youth Traffic Safety Month

Global Youth Traffic Safety Month is now, and EndDD.org was there for the launch in Washington, DC, with the National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS), committing to help young people change their driving habits to make this the safest summer ever. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for American teenagers and summer is the deadliest season of all.


5K Run/Walk this Sunday Benefiting the Casey Feldman Foundation/EndDD.org – Register or Donate

The West Chester University Alpha Epsilon Chapter of the national honors fraternity, Phi Sigma Pi, will be hosting a 5K walk/run this Sunday, April 21, 2013 as its fourth annual fundraiser for the Casey Feldman Foundation/EndDD.org. Since it is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and Casey was killed by a distracted driver, the fraternity hopes to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.


Distracted Driving Awareness Month guest contributor Joel Feldman: Celebrating my daughter’s 25th birthday

“This past weekend, on April 6, we celebrated my daughter Casey’s 25th birthday. But Casey wasn’t there. She was killed in 2009 by a distracted driver, a 58-year-old man behind the wheel of a van. He took his eyes off the road for just a few seconds. Pink was Casey’s favorite color, so we released pink balloons in her memory….” Read the post of Casey’s father, Joel Feldman, founder of EndDD.org on the U.S. DOT site.


Distracted Driving Awareness Month – A Look Backward Over The Last Year – 75,000 Teens and Counting

By Joel Feldman: April is National Distracted Driving Awareness month and I will be participating in events next week as Pennsylvania and Delaware join other states in announcing the adoption of distracted driving awareness initiatives for April. I have been fortunate to have had the opportunity to personally speak with more than 10,000 teens and adults over the last year as part of The Casey Feldman Foundation’s EndDD.org program.