Texting and Driving A Dangerous Act That Needs to Be Diminished!

Based on a 2015 survey, one-thirds of drivers admitted to texting and driving, and three-quarters said they seen others perform it. These numbers continue to grow which put many lives at risk.

One of the many ways to help diminish texting and driving would be to create a required class that a driver must take after he or she receives two or more texting while driving tickets.

These specific classes will consist of teachers providing information about the dangers and growing statistics of texting and driving. Also, the class will welcome guests who have been affected, in some way, by texting and driving and they will share their emotional story to encourage them not to do it.
After the class has ended, the teachers will provide each driver this sticker that could remind them everyday the dangers of texting and driving and potentially help to decrease it.
These stickers will go at the top of their windshield so that they are noticeable and the driver will see it everyday before they drive as a reminder.

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Created with images by reynaldodallin - "driving cellular by typing" • xyzoptics9 - "Don't Text & Drive" • alicegop - "Classroom university empty cluttered"

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