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    May 01, 2010


    Jeanne Byington

    Congrats on this fabulous coalition and the imperative work you all are doing. But shouldn't the cell phone industry be part of the team?

    I think it will take time as cigarette warnings and seat belts for safety did.

    I had to learn to wear a seat belt. I was an Air Force wife when consumer education was in full swing. As we left certain Air Force bases, we'd see smashed cars with poster reminders to use our seat belts.

    Keep up the good work. You will be saving lives--what better work is there?

    David Reich

    The cellular industry as a group, as well as some individual providers, have been running some paid spots encouraging limited or no use while driving. And some other companies are coming out with apps that limit cell use when the car is in motion.

    Don Kaufman

    Nice work, David. Great to make the world a better place, saving lives in the process.


    Interesting post! Shows that changing driving behavior takes three components.

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