Distracted Driving is any activity which  could divert a persons attention

from the primary task of driving.

EATING - GROOMING- READING - PASSANGERS - PETS- CELL PHONE USE


Resources


National Safety Council


The Free Cell Phone Policy Kit

http://safety.nsc.org/cellphonekit


http://www.nsc.org/learn/Pages/nsc-on-the-road.aspx

http://www.nsc.org/learn/NSC-Initiatives/Pages/teen-driving.aspx    





American Society of Safety Engineers

Distracted Driving: No Texting A brochure that covers the hazards of texting and distracted driving

TPS Distracted Driving Subcommittee The Transportation Practice Specialty (TPS) was asked to establish a subcommittee on distracted driving in February 2012. The issue of distracted driving

Distractions on the Road Distraction.gov defines distracted driving as “any activity that could divert a person’s attention away from the primary task of driving. All distractions endanger driver

Distracted Driving: Do Drivers’ Perceptions of Distractions Become More Accurate Over Time? Many people agree that driving distracted is an unsafe act, yet many people still perform distracting

Distracted Driving: Do Drivers' Perceptions of Distractions Become More Accurate Over Time? Many people agree that driving distracted is an unsafe act, yet many people still perform distracting

PowerPoint: Distracted Driving This PowerPoint presentation discusses what distracted driving is and why it is so dangerous, what steps employers can take to protect their workers who drive

Tips to Avoid Distracted Driving Events, such as texting, map reading, talking on the phone, changing the radio dial, reaching for an object, fishing around in a bag, personal grooming and similar

Distracted Driving Remains a Problem for Teens According to a new in-car video study released by the AAA Foundation, teen drivers are more likely to to engage in driving distractions. This article

The Risks of Distracted Driving James Solomon is the program development and training director for the National Safety Council’s (NSC) defensive driving courses. In this interview, Solomon explains

Distracted Driving Driver inattention is a major contributor to highway crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that at least 25% of police-reported crashes involve some


State of Arizona


Arizona Governor's Office of Highway Safety

https://www.azgohs.gov/programs/default.asp?ID=56



http://www.azdps.gov/media/news/View/?p=506

https://www.azcourts.gov/drive

Other Sources


http://www.myimprov.com/defensive-driving/arizona/driver-resources/

http://www.aarp.org/home-family/getting-around/driving-resource-center/driving-welcome/

            


http://www.teensafedriver.com/resources.asp

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