Distracted driving is any activity that could divert a person's attention away from the primary task of driving. All distractions endanger the driver, passengers, other travelers and bystanders.
- using a cell phone or smartphone
- eating and drinking
- talking to passengers
- reading, including maps
- using a navigation system
- watching a video
- adjusting a radio, CD player, MP3 player or other device
The fight to prevent crashes and save lives starts with you. Make the commitment to drive distraction-free today!
Take the pledge
Distracted driving kills and injures thousands of people each year. Texting while driving is the most dangerous distraction of all.
Therefore, I pledge to:
- Protect lives by never texting, talking on a cellphone, reading, watching a video or grooming while driving.
- Be a good passenger and speak out if the driver in my car is distracted.
- Encourage my friends and family to drive distraction-free.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to report you’ve taken the pledge!