If 35,000 died annually in the U.S. for any other other reason but driving, there would be a national uproar so loud that it would be heard around the world. Death by driving however, has become so common that we have begun to accept it. It has almost become an acceptable way to die.
The number one cause of vehicle accidents in the U.S., is distracted driving.
Turn off your cell phone, and the radio, don't look at the GPS, don't talk to your passengers. Concentrate 100% of your attention on the road ahead of you. This will give you the greatest chance of arriving at your destination safe and unharmed.
The above is provided to you by the Alpharetta, GA., traffic defense attorney Scott Miller. Call Attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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