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Put the Phone Down and Drive

Using a cell phone while driving can cause a form of tunnel vision that slows reaction time by 20 percent.

Some states only allow talking on cell phones while driving with a hands-free device. What’s the law where you live?

Only a few states outlaw texting while driving, but more are looking to do so after deadly texting-related crashes.

Taking your eyes off the road for even one or two seconds can make the difference between avoiding a crash and causing one.

The only safe way to use your phone while driving for a call or to send a text message is to safely pull off the road, stop and then use the phone.

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 Mike Spicer / 714-255-5650 / mike@allcountyins.com

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