The EndDD campaign has been taken to Massachusetts and kicked off at the State Capital in a press conference: The EndDD campaign has been taken to Massachusetts and kicked off at the State Capital in a press conference surrounding the premier release of the newest EndDD PSA video, “Just a Few Seconds”, which has now been incorporated into the EndDD distracted .
The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) , in collaboration with the Michigan State Police, recently released a new PSA video in its fight to reduce distracted driving injuries and deaths. The video is of a sportscaster doing the play by play of a distracted driver who is spending some time behind bars. The announcer says at one point in the .
University of Colorado students are part of a project that will develop a distracted driving program aimed at college students. The CU students are working in conjunction with the Bacchus network, a national leader in college safety programs, with funding provided by the Colorado DOT. Efforts will culminate in a state-wide Colorado Distracted Driving Summit to be held in May .
EndDD.org applauds the efforts of Michael-Daniel Richards to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving. MD is currently a freshman at Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont where he is pursuing a career in 3D Art and Animation. This video was created while he was a senior at Lancaster Country Day School in Pennsylvania where he taught himself 3 dimensional modeling so that .
In this video, the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Ad Council have teamed up with the hit Fox television show, Glee to create a message that highlight the dangers of texting while driving. You may have seen the actual episode of the show where Quinn, (played by actress Dianna Agron), was involved in the car accident while she was texting.
If you’re paying attention you’re likely to encounter the Academy’s new media campaign to alert the public to the dangers of distracted driving. The new distracted-driving television spot opens with a shot of a toy frog on a road. This 60-second television spot that reverses and dramatically slows down the split-second decision a young mother makes on the road—hinting at .
Speaking Up and Insisting On Commercial Drivers Driving Safer Changes Driver's Behavior and Possibly An Entire Company's Joel Feldman takes distracted driving very seriously since the death of his daughter Casey by a distracted driver 2 years ago. On recent trip from an airport a shuttle driver, with a van full of passengers, decided to program his route while driving. Joel .
Secretary of Transportation Ray La Hood has added another weapon to aid in the battle to combat teen driving tragedies caused by distracted driving. In collaboration with Regal Cinema, new public service announcements (PSA) have been released that depict in a straightforward manner the risks that texting and driving pose to teens. Using popular shorthand text messages, including "L8R" for "later" or .
The U.S. Department of Transportation notes that using a cell phone use while driving, whether it’s hand-held or hands-free, delays a driver’s reactions as much as having a blood alcohol concentration at the legal limit of .08 percent. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration estimates that 16 percent of fatal crashes and fatalities — and 20 percent of injury crashes .
By Joel D. Feldman A Canadian bus driver, with passengers on the bus, is caught on video filling out paperwork and steering the bus with his knees as he proceeds down a busy highway. Watch the video and see just what risks some of us are willing to ignore when we drive. The video was sent to the employer who is .