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7 Tips to Avoid Texting While Driving

7 Tips to Avoid Texting While Driving PLAN AHEAD • Make a habit of thinking about what texts you need to send before you begin your trip • Before you start the car, send all necessary texts then put away the phone DESIGNATED TEXTER • Having a designated texter can help prevent distracted driving • Select a friend or family member to send texts for you while you're behind the wheel STOW IT AWAY • While you are driving, put your phone where you can't peek at it • Try putting it in the glove compartment or inside a purse in the back seat SILENCE NOTIFICATIONS • Avoid all sounds that will tempt you to check your phone • If necessary, completely turn off your phone while you are in the car INVESTIGATE APPS • There are several types of apps on the market that help to prevent texting while driving • Look for apps that allow you to block incoming messages or send automatic responses to let people know you're driving PRACTICE PATIENCE • Consider whether checking your phone is worth risking your safety and that of others in your car • Patiently wait until you've reached your destination before looking at your phone PULL OVER • If you absolutely cannot wait, pull over safely • Make sure you have parked your car in a safe place while you've stopped to check your phone Robert J. DeBry ASSOCI ATES

7 Tips to Avoid Texting While Driving

shared by Fusion360-2 on Jul 08
Texting while driving is an activity that endangers the lives of other motorists. Simply put, there's no excuse for it. Don't text and drive.


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