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Itasca, IL – FocusDriven and Team One USA, a full-service marketing communications agency based in Los Angeles, today launched a national anti-distracted driving campaign, in time for National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, held annually each April.
Omaha, NE – Today, FocusDriven Advocates for Cell-Free Driving praised Michigan legislators for passage of Senate Bill 756, that bans teens with Level 1 and Level 2 licenses from using cell phones while driving.
Omaha, NE – Today FocusDriven – Advocates for Cell-Free Driving announced it opposes an amendment to California’s texting law which will allow drivers to use a voice-activated system to write, send and read text messages.
FocusDriven – Advocates for Cell-Free Driving today called for automatic license revocation for drivers who text behind the wheel.
Omaha, NE – FocusDriven – Advocates for Cell-Free Driving announced today that Amy Teipel Williams was elected to its Board of Directors.
Omaha, NE – FocusDriven – Advocates for Cell-Free Driving today announced its appointment of Bonnie Raffaele as a board member.
Today, FocusDriven – Advocates for Cell-Free Driving released a new PSA for National Youth Traffic Safety Month that features Miss South Dakota USA 2012, Taylor Neisen.
FocusDriven is proud to partner with Taylor Neisen, Miss South Dakota USA® 2012.As a spokesperson, Taylor will share the dangers of cell phone distracted driving.
FocusDriven is proud to endorse "Living Proof: Telling Your Story to Make a Difference," the first comprehensive guide that helps individuals tell their personal stories powerfully to bring about positive change.
FocusDriven is proud to participate in Distracted Driving Awareness Month, a time when FocusDriven calls on the public, organizations and elected officials to take a stand against this deadly behavior.
Omaha, NE – FocusDriven praises the National Transportation Safety Board for its recommendation that will help prevent cell phone distracted driving crashes.
FocusDriven issued the following response to statements made by Ford and Louis Tijerina, Ph.D that talking on a cell phone can help drowsy drivers stay alert.
Itasca, IL – FocusDriven – Advocates for Cell-Free Driving announced the U.S. Department of Transportation’s newest “Faces of Distracted Driving” video
As of Monday, July 11 Jennifer Smith has stepped down as President of the Board of Directors of FocusDriven
R U Driven to Distraction - One Second of Inattention Can Change a Life Forever
Key experts will discuss how to reduce motor vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Reaffirms Commitment to Combat Distracted Driving
“Like” a page on Facebook to raise money to keep communities and families safe
Advocates for Cell-Free Driving Responds to Highway Loss Data Institute and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Research
FocusDriven Board in Attendance & FocusDriven’s President, Jennifer Smith to Speak at U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood’s Second National Distracted Driving Summit
Singling out cell phone distractions is necessary to save lives
DOT Secretary LaHood and Safety Leaders to Hold Press Conference to Address Distracted Driving Counter-Effort
15-year-old Andretti Autosport driver Veach to raise awareness on the dangers of texting while driving
Event at UN: Global Call to Action on Ending Distracted Driving
FocusDriven Announces Appointment of New Board Member - Jacy Good
FocusDriven Applauds U.S. House Passage of Resolution to Designate April as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month
First of its kind advocacy group will raise awareness and support victims of distracted driving