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#JustDriveKC by Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott

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Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott want to eliminate distracted driving #JustDriveKC.

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#JustDriveKC by Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott

  1. 1. A DANGEROUS HABIT Texting while driving increases your chance of an accident by 23 times, even if the accident isn’t caused by you. Just talking on the phone? You’re still 2.2 times more likely to crash. Source: TeenSafe 23X 2.2X 50% DISTRACTED DRIVING EPIDEMIC Nearly 90 percent of drivers admitted to using smartphones on the road. At any given daylight moment, 660,000 drivers are using cell phones or electronic devices. Source: TeenSafe ZenDrive justdrivekc.com 80% 77% TROUBLESOME TEXTING A disturbing 77% of adults and 55% of teenagers say they can “easily manage” texting and driving. In the time it takes to send the average text message (5 seconds), a driver traveling at 55 mph covers the length of a football field. Think you’re fine texting only at stop lights? A recent study shows that people are distracted up to 27 seconds after they finish sending a text. 1 out of every 4 traffic crashes that occur in the U.S. are caused by cell phone usage. Source: TeenSafe 27SECONDS That’s 100 yards that a driver’s eyes are off the road. THE HANDS-FREE MYTH 80% of drivers mistakenly believe hands-free is safer than handheld (after all, they’re built into many cars). Even with a hands-free device, drivers talking on their phones miss seeing up to 50% of their surroundings, including pedestrians, red lights, other drivers and bicyclists. Source: National Safety Council

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