In today’s society, Distracted Driving is all too common. Learn how to put the phone down and learn how to handle distractions in the car that can lead to dangerous issues.
If your spouse is trying to distract you from your favorite show for a little attention, this is a good distraction, and we recommend for your marriage’s sake that you answer the call. It will be worth it. But one call we never recommend you answer is the one you receive on the road when
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Monday, March 27th, 2017 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
There are few things in life that don’t come with both positive and negative features. For example, there are foods that are good for you and foods that are bad for you. Even the foods that are bad for you are generally okay in moderation. The problem is...
Monday, March 20th, 2017 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
As with any technology, the cell phone is a two-edged sword. If the technology had been available, I am sure that my parents would not have let me out of the house without one and I certainly made sure that my teens had one, especially after they got their driver’s licenses.
Tuesday, November 15th, 2016 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
Children are blessings. They are wonderful little human beings and, of course, mine are smarter/faster/prettier and more gifted than yours. While all of these things are certainly true outside of the car, inside it these bundles of joy can also be huge distractions as you’re driving down the road.
Driving while intoxicated has a huge stigma around it but not nearly as many people are concerned with the drivers who drive while distracted or tired. Unfortunately, these types of drivers cause far more accidents each year than anyone else and that is why it’s up to you to make sure you aren’t distracted while
Thursday, September 1st, 2016 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
Everyone knows the rule of “no texting while driving,” but what many drivers forget or do not realize, is that talking on the phone, checking social media and emails, or even skipping songs on Pandora are distracting as well. NOPUS (National Occupant Protection Use Survey) found that at any given time across the United States,
“Cognitive distraction” is how statisticians and researchers describe not paying attention to the road. Drivers who allow themselves to be distracted by something inside or outside of the car risk accident. Studies show that the impairment of cognitive distraction is as significant as alcohol. Distracted Driving Statistics Consider some of these statistics regarding cognitive distraction
Monday, November 30th, 2015 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
Driving with Pets – Seniors More Likely to Crash When it comes to seniors behind the wheel, having a pet there with them can be great company but it has been shown that those elderly people that have a pet in the car when they drive are more likely to have an accident compared to
Friday, September 25th, 2015 by Instructor @ ApprovedCourse.com
Distracted driving is something that so many kids do, so many adults do and something that shouldn’t be done at all. The scary realization is that many people do not look into the facts that come with distracted driving and what it can do to a person. Whether they were the ones distracted or someone