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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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