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144: Distracted Driving Sheetlet

144: Distracted Driving Sheetlet

Full-Color Sheetlet -  Measures: 3½" x 8"
Age: High School, Adults, Departments


Learn About the 3 Main Types of Driving Distractions: Visual, Manual, and Cognitive

Do you and your teen driver know the dangers of distracted driving? This sheetlet lists different types of distractions that drivers face with tips on how to be a safe driver. Especially good information for new teen drivers.

Topics: Types of Driving Distractions; Cell Phones; Hands-Free Calling; Texting & Driving; and Safety Tips.


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