Based on what I keep seeing either with insurance claims or from observation as I drive around the Middle Tennessee area, the pattern seems to continue. When you take ONE SECOND to glance at or do something with your mobile device while you are behind the wheel, you, those who are with you and those around you are at risk - GREAT RISK!
The following video was released a couple of weeks ago and it's getting attention as being an example of a very common place story with common everyday people doing common everyday things. But ONE SECOND changed it all!
Thanks for viewing and passing this along to others! Here's a blog link you could share or email with your friends. Many people still aren't seeing the need to put the phone down when they are driving. So let's help others to remember!
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