Imagine you are driving your children to school. As you slow at a yield sign before merging with traffic, your vehicle is slammed from behind by a driver in another car.
In the U.S., we are always on the move, squeezing any extra seconds we can out of our day through multi-tasking. This has led to an epidemic that claims thousands of lives and injures hundreds of thousands more every year. Distracted driving is the leading cause of car accidents in the US. What can you do to help fight this growing trend? First, you need to get informed.