The Consequences of Distracted Driving
The consequences of driving while distracted are no joking matter. In 2018, 2,841 people were killed and 400,000 were injured in accidents involving distracted drivers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that 481,000 drivers are using cell phones while driving during daylight hours. This means that even if you aren’t using your cell phone, you need to be aware of drivers near you increasing your risk of being in an accident.
A 2021 New Year’s Resolution for Everyone
Distracted driving is the leading cause of car accidents. Although many things can distract you while on the road, hand-held devices are the biggest culprit. Whether it’s texting, talking on the phone or checking social media, these mobile device distractions can put not only yourself at risk, but others in danger as well. You can help make the roads a safer place with a resolution to stop distracted driving in 2021.
Keep Your Phone Docked in a ProClip Mount
If you need to use your phone for navigation, music streaming or hands-free calling, a proper mount in your car can keep you safe. A mount from ProClip can keep your phone docked safely and out of your hands. Always remember to drive safely and that the text can wait.