Arizona Distracted Driving Summit.
On Wednesday January 23, 2019 from 9AM-3PM a coalition of organizations will host a Distracted Driving Summit at Wesley Bolin Plaza adjacent to the Arizona State Capitol.
Activities planned include:
Mock Vehicle/ Pedestrian Crash with Simulated EMS Rescue & Student Actors
Interactive Pedal Car Distracted Driving Hands-on Activity/ All Ages
RC Car- Distracted & Drunk Driver
Distracted Driving Intervention Programs and Research
Interaction with Families & Victims
Photo Opportunities with Public & Elected Officials... and much, much more!
Raffles, prizes, and food.
STAY ALIVE DON'T TEXT AND DRIVE!
DRIVE SMART ARIZONA (DSA) coalition is an idea whereby numerous Arizona organizations and businesses have come together to reduce tragedies on Arizona roads.
While the partnering members of the coalition may have different means and methods in achieving their objectives, as a concept DSA exists to facilitate everyone’s goal of safer roads.
By coming together DSA coalition will help reduce distracted driving in Arizona by raising awareness which will in turn change behavior.
DSA coalition will strive to improve the lives of all Arizonans through public information and education initiatives.
To reduce the tragedies caused by distracted driving in the State of Arizona.
Drive Smart Arizona coalition takes a holistic approach.
Professionals, educators, businesses, elected officials, governmental agencies, and citizen volunteers all work together to educate the current and future drivers of Arizona.
By coming together with one voice, we can all create safer roads for our state's children, families, and workers.
Brought to you by a Dedicated Arizona Coalition
ARIZONA DISTRACTED DRIVING SUMMIT
JANUARY 23, 2019
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According to the Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety
Distracted Driving is any activity that could divert a persons attention away from the primary task of driving.
AZGOHS examples include: Eating – Grooming – Drinking – Reading – Adjusting Radio or Touch Display Functions – Pasangers – Texting or Reading Texts- GPS manipulation – Cell Phone Use - Etc.