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Take The Pledge!

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) attributes 4 out of 5 accidents to distracted drivers. In contrast 1 out of 3 of all accidents nationally are attributed to drunken drivers. It is also estimated that 16 percent of fatal crashes and fatalities involved distracted driving. Take the Pledge! Pledge to drive smarter and text wiser by keeping them separate.

If you are ready to Take the Pledge CLICK HERE and sign our Change.org petition and pledge to drive smarter.



TXTWISER Pledge

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TXTWISER: Know the Law

Wireless Telephone FAQ for Drivers 18 and Over

Drivers 18 and over will be allowed to use a hands-free device to talk on their wireless telephone while driving. The following FAQs apply to those motorists 18 and over.

Wireless Telephone FAQ for Drivers Under the Age of 18

Drivers under the age of 18 are not allowed to use a hands-free device to talk on their wireless telephone while driving. The following FAQs apply to those motorists under the age of 18.

 
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Want to be an official supporter/sponsor of the TXTWISER campaign? Email Robert Martinez at RobertMartinez@KCBA.com for details.


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