Police Pose as ‘Panhandlers’ at Off-Ramps to Catch Distracted Drivers

Four officers from the San Bernardino Police Department went undercover to catch distracted drivers and drivers not wearing seatbelts on July 15.

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A creative way to catch distracted drivers: Cops posing as "panhandlers." The San Bernardino police officers were clearly not trying to trick anyone as their signs read, ""I am NOT homeless. SB Police looking for seatbelt/cell phone violations."

Article by: Kaylee Heck via ABC News

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Merely receiving a phone notification is enough to distract a driver

A new study suggests that phones should be in “Do not Disturb” when we drive.

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A new study suggests that phones should be in "Do not Disturb" when we drive as merely receiving a notification is enough to cause driver distraction.

Article by: Jonathan M. Gitlin via Ars Ars Technica

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Lapin Law Offices’ Blogger Blog: Distracted Driving Is Not Worth A Life

Distracted Driving Is Not Worth A Life

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Good new ad by AT&T, "No Post is Worth a Life | It Can Wait" about the dangers of distracted driving.

 

Read more by Jeffrey Lapin on Lapin Law Offices’ Blogger Blog: Distracted Driving Is Not Worth A Life (http://lapinlawoffices.blogspot.com/2015/07/distracted-driving-is-not-worth-life.html)

 

Distracted driving is dangerous. Do not do it; it is not worth a life.

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