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Driving While Intexicated

Intexicated? What does intexicated mean? It is another form of distracted driving where the person is taking their eyes off the road to text. The average time it takes to read or send a text is 5 seconds.


Between 2012-2017, nearly 20,000 people died in crashes involving a distracted driver

Stop the Texts, Stop the Wrecks


GTG, BRB, OMW. These texts might seem fine because of their length, but it’s never ok to text and drive. Make good decisions – don’t text and drive.

Stop the Text, Stop the Wrecks

Parents need to be examples of responsible drivers for their teens. You should turn off notifications while driving. If you want to take a peek at your phone, place it in the glove department, so it is unreachable. Pull off the road when you need to talk on your phone.

Parents talk to your teens about texting. Share the videos and the websites below to help your teen driver understand the dangers of texting while driving.

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Additional Intexicated Info:

Belgium Driving Test –people told they couldn’t get their license until they could prove their ability to safely text and drive.

Distracted.gov

Teens:

AT & T Drive Mode  –free app for androids

Take the Pledge to end distracted driving

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Website for teens dealing with drinking:

The Cool Spot
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