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It’s dangerous. It’s deadly. Yet most of us still drive distracted. Why? Here’s what five people told us.
Distracted driving is a contributing factor in approximately 25 percent of all crashes. To highlight this traffic safety issue, Minnesota law enforcement agencies cited 550 drivers for texting as part of a statewide 10-day enhanced enforcement and education campaign for distracted driving during April 11-20.
There's power in words and they should be chosen with care. When it comes to traffic safety, there's a reason why we say "crash" instead of "accident." Learn why by reading "The Power of Words and the Language of Safety" on the DPS Blog.