Attorney Paul Hernandez of Kalfus & Nachman talks about the dangers of distracted driving and what that actually means.
Distracted driving is defined as anything that takes you away from the primary focus of driving your vehicle. This can include many things – a lot of them we’re all getting of doing. From women who put on make up to men who shave. Or maybe you use your GPS navigational device or you eat and drink in your car. With every task, you put yourself in more danger and those around you. Over 400,000 people are injured every year due to distracted drivers with thousands dying in these types of accidents. Even hands free devices still distract you from the road as you get involved in conversations or other tasks. It’s important to pay attention to the road and the drivers around you at all times so that you don’t injure yourself or bring harm to others. Watch the video now to learn more.
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