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The month of April, which is devoted to distracted driving and the dangers that come with it, may be at an end, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking about it all year. The dangers are present 365 days a year, which is why it’s no surprise that 43 states and U.S. territories have banned texting while driving for all drivers. Still not convinced that it’s not okay to shoot a quick text while you’re behind the wheel? Just watch these videos of people personally impacted by distracted driving.

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April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Get to know the facts. This infographic has facts about distracted driving and why you should do everything you can to avoid distractions and support safe driving.

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distracted drivingTexting while driving is a huge issue today, particularly amongst teenagers, who want to stay in constant communication with their friends. According to Distraction.gov, the average time a person’s eyes are off the road when texting is five seconds. When driving 55 MPH, that’s the equivalent of driving the length of a football field while blindfolded. To combat this, companies are coming out with apps disable the ability to send or receive texts when behind the wheel. Drivers should just automatically refrain from texting while driving, but if you are worried about your own self-control or your teens refusing to listen, these apps will help prevent texting while on the road.

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Bracketron offers safe driving tips and 15% off select hands-free mobile device mounts to #supportsafedriving in April and beyond

Minneapolis, MN – April 10, 2014 – Bracketron, a leader in universal mounting solutions and accessories for mobile devices, recognizes Distracted Driving Awareness month by offering safe driving tips and discounts on their popular line of in-vehicle mounts that allow you to stay safely connected on the road. Their best-selling Mi-T Grip, MobileDock Dash Mount, Universal Grip-iT Windshield Mount and Universal USB PowerDock Pro Flex and all other hands-free Safe Driver Approved mounts will be offered at 15 percent off their regular price for the entire month of April.

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Bracketron debuts its newest line of in-vehicle smartphone and GPS mounts at the 2014 International CES, North Hall Booth #3712


Minneapolis, MN - Dec 23, 2013 – Bracketron, the leading manufacturer of universal mounting solutions and accessories for mobile devices, and a three-time CES Innovations honoree, will showcase its new line of in-vehicle mobile device mounts at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show. The new accessories, including the X-Treme Grip XL and the Clip N Grip, incorporate Bracketron’s patented mounting technology and provide convenient, hands-free viewing of screens for in-car navigation. The X-Treme Grip XL easily attaches to your car’s vent louvers to keep your device mounted without obstructing your windshield view.


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Check out the latest coverage of the Mi-T Grip on the Weather Channel.

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ATV Trail Rider reviews our Sport Case with Strap Mount

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It is safe to say that I have been on a quest for the perfect smartphone mount for my vehicle for quite a long time. Knowing exactly who and how I am, it is also safe to say I will probably never find it. That being said, the folks over at Bracketron were very kind to send me their Mi-T Grip smartphone dash and window mount to try and convince me theirs is the best.

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If you currently possess a Windshield Mount and are now aware of your State’s Laws against them, we offer perfect solutions so you can still use your windshield mount in your vehicle. Convert your windshield mount to a dashboard mount.

Below you can find a list of which states have laws against the use of windshield mounts in the vehicle, and other mounting solutions for your vehicle.

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With a name like the Mi-T Grip, you expect this dash mount from Bracketron to be either A.) sold on some late night TV commercial, or B.) …actually, no. You just expect A. Thankfully, the Mi-T Grip Dash Mount rises above its name, and is the first to successfully address each of my dash mount needs.

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