1.4 million cell phone-related car accidents each year, with around 200,000 of those involving texting and driving. And those metrics will undoubtedly rise with the rapidly growing number of smart device users. Let that sink in for a moment. Now think about what you can do to help avoid an unnecessary accident.
What better time to take action than during April’s National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. How can you help, you ask? First and foremost, don’t be dumb and use your smartphone to text, play games or mess around with apps while navigating the road. However, emerging apps and technology are aiming to keep drivers from being distracted. Continue reading