Local High School Students Pledge Not to Text and Drive

Sep 28, 2012 Posted by in Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a growing problem among our nation’s teens. In fact, about 40 percent of teens say they have been in a car when the driver used a cellphone in a way that was dangerous. That’s why AT&T has asked all drivers to take the “It Can Wait” or “No Text” pledge. Wharton High School in Tampa got involved in a big way.

According to a local news report, Amal Forbes of Wharton PTSA Health and Safety Committee said that students took part in several anti-distracted driving activities. Events at the school included a 10-minute distracted driver video from AT&T and a driving simulator.

“The program has one goal: to save lives,” Forbes said. “While doing that we hope to change the negative behavior.”

We applaud Wharton High School for its efforts to educate teens about the dangers of distracted driving. As always, we urge all Florida drivers to pay attention while behind the wheel.

A Florida Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help

If a distracted driver in Florida has injured you or someone you love, you may need to consult with an experienced Florida personal injury attorney. Call Philip DeBerard, Injury Attorney, today at (800) 299-8878 or fill out our convenient online contact form for a free consultation.

Our law firm concentrates on helping accident victims in Port St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Jupiter, Stuart, Okeechobee, Vero Beach and Palm Beach.

PI Review

Read our latest newsletter to keep abreast of our firm’s promotions and activities. You'll also find practical legal tips you can use in your everyday life.

READ OUR NEWSLETTER

NEED HELP? CALL NOW

1-800-299-8878

(Any information shared will be kept confidential)