Just in time for April, the Distracted Driving Awareness Month, NoTextingDrivers.com launches
Online PR News – 04-April-2013 – April 2,2013 [Miami, FL] – According to research conducted by the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute “When drivers text, their collision risk is 23 times greater than when not texting”.
One of the products NoTextingDrivers.com is hoping to raise awareness with are bumpers stickers with the slogan "Drive Alive - Don’t Text and Drive" which will constantly remind drivers to be safe while driving.
Another patent-pending invention that will soon be available to consumers for purchase is a padded, catch-all seatbelt protector and phone holder.
The seatbelt cushion is designed with multipurpose pockets including cell phone compartment fitting all cell phones and all vehicles increasing comfort and limiting distraction while driving. All of the products that the company will be selling are designed to promote safe driving habits.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2009, there were 246,283,000 Motor Vehicle Registrations and 209,618,000 licensed drivers in the United States.
With that number growing each year, our goal is for each vehicle to have one of our “Drive Alive” Stickers and be equipped with one of our seat belt cushions to increase safe driving.
“We are actively looking for companies and organizations who share the same vision to build strategic partnerships with”, said Marcela Broughton, Founder and CEO of NoTextingDrivers.com.
“This is a great opportunity to join forces and raise awareness to minimize distracted driving and save thousands of lives.”
As a mother of a young adult and a teenager, the importance of driving safely by not using the phone while driving became a serious concern for founder and CEO of NoTextingDrivers.com. The need to get the message across in particular among young adults inspired the creation of “Drive Alive – Don’t Text and Drive” Stickers” and the start of a new company with a mission to save thousands of lives by educating people about the danger of texting and driving, let them understand that any phone usage while driving can lead to fatal accidents, and allow them to make a conscious decision to avoid this risk.