DON’T TEXT & DRIVE. Be safe this summer and keep your attention on the road!
Here are some scary statistics: If you text and drive, you’re 23 times more likely to have a car crash. One in four teen drivers admit to texting while driving, and 40% of teens say they have been in a car when driver was using a cell phone in a way that placed people in danger.
Using a cell phone while driving has become the number one driving distraction for many people. Drivers need to be aware of the dangers and keep their attention on the road, not on their cell phones or other mobile devices.
Read more here: Councilman Jeff Lalloway