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Giving teens a 'crash course' in distracted driving

from The Boston Globe

As Robert Bliss travels around Massachusetts educating high schoolers on the dangers of distracted driving, he gets some inane questions like, "Do I have to stop at stop signs?" or "Does putting on lipstick using the reflective cover of my cellphone while driving count as 'texting and driving?'" With distracted driving a dangerous epidemic on US roadways, Bliss leads a program called "Distractology 101." Sponsored by Arbella Insurance, the "crash course" puts teens behind the wheel of a driving simulator to see firsthand how distractions affect driving safety. more

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