Distracted Driving Kills
We have all been guilty of distracted driving. This needs to end. With Distracted Driving now responsible for more vehicle deaths than impaired driving, Jarvis McGee Rice is working with the BC Coalition to End Distracted Driving to get the message across.
The BC Coalition to End Distracted Driving and its members have launched this campaign to encourage British Columbians to put their phones away, keep their hands on the wheel, and commit to being “present” while driving. Always. Because, no matter who is calling, what notification chimes, or who is in the backseat – taking your focus away from driving at any time, for any distraction, is NOT WORTH IT!
You won’t let your friends drink & drive – now it’s time to expand that perspective and make sure we don’t let our friends, family or loved ones drive while distracted.
Here’s How You Can Help
Visit the Not Worth It website at www.distracteddrivingkills.ca. There you’ll find a growing list of personal stories and statistics about the devastating impacts of distracted driving in BC. Read, watch, listen – and then share.
You’ll find easy links to Facebook, where many of these stories will also be showcased, and where you can like and share with friends, relatives and neighbours.