It can wait. That's the best piece of advice a driver can tell him or herself before deciding to answer the phone. The NSC, or National Safety Council, confirmed that the 2014-2015 year had the highest total of fatalities from traffic accidents in 50 years. This is because for whatever reason, U.S. citizens continue to take unfavorable risks while driving. Cell phone calls are just as distracting whether they be hands-free or not. There's really no "safe" way to take a call while driving. The most imperative promise we can make to ourselves and to the lives we carry with us in our vehicles is this: Better late than never; let it wait. Here are a few pointers from the National Safety Council to preserve caution while driving:
Take the pledge with the National Safety Council: Here.
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