Posts Tagged ‘It Can Wait’

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April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month. A time when we should all take a moment to remind each other that it’s never okay to double task while driving. It’s as simple as a glance. Distracted driving is NEVER OK. You’re never alone on the road, even when you’re alone in your car. That’s the simple […]

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Summer months bring a higher death rate for teen drivers. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the summer months of June, July, and August consistently have higher teenage crash deaths than any other month. Distracted driving doesn’t discriminate — no one is immune to being hit by a person that is texting […]

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U.S. Hispanics More Likely to Use Smartphones While Driving; AT&T Says “Puede Esperar,” Launches Campaign Recent research conducted as part of the AT&T It Can Wait campaign shows that 83% of Hispanics admit to using their smartphones behind the wheel. That compares with 71% of Americans as a whole.  Half of U.S. Hispanics admit they […]

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Did you know: DWI has a new meaning? Driving while “Intexticated” More than 35 million people are expected to hit the road for the long Labor Day weekend, according to AAA. Driving always involves risks, but when the roads are jammed with holiday travelers, the risks increase. That’s why AT&T is reminding ALL wireless users […]

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Summer is coming and it starts with Memorial weekend. AT&T, which has already reached millions of people through its  “It Can Wait” campaign, announced recently that Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile and 200+ organizations are joining the movement to end texting while driving, a habit involved in more than 100,000 car accidents a year (National Safety […]