WE ARE TRANSFORMING THE DRIVING CULTURE.

The Distraction-Free Life Podcast.

Covering topics ranging from distracted driving to public initiatives, this podcast is your place to learn about community engagement from the successful.  Iesh Gujral interviews public figures, politicians, CEOs, and more to shed light on unique perspectives. Choose your favorite streaming platform and listen today!

My name is Iesh Gujral. I am a Junior in High School. I host a show in which we connect communities with special guests. Listen/Watch Today!

My name is Iesh Gujral. I am a Junior in High School. I host a show in which we connect communities with special guests. Listen/Watch Today!

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We are always looking for more guests. Please email gujral.iesh@gmail.com if you are interested in being on the podcast!

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A Message from Vijay Dixit, Chairman of The Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation: Thank You Participants of the Raksha Walk!

Photos from the Virtual Raksha Walk, August 1st 2020

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STUDENTS FOR SAFER STREETS

Our 2020 Interns advocate for a Distraction-Free Life

Marketing Team

Our distraction-free driving marketing team promotes the cause on 4 levels: The Problem, The Legal Aspect, Personal Stories, and Prevention.

Raksha Walk Team

The Raksha Walk marketing team works to improve your involvement in Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation.

Video/Visual Team

The Video/Visual internship team curates our animations, videos, and graphics to amplify the reach of out campaigning.

Writing Committee

Our Writing Committee publishes informative, enticing stories about distracted driving.

Check out these Distracted Driving PSA videos from our interns!

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Distracted Driving News

Conquer Driver Distraction through Peer-to-Peer Education

June 10, 2012

Driver distractions originate from multiple sources that reside both inside and outside of the car. These distractions cannot be managed through a single solution or tool. We need a multipronged approach to influence how we drive. I see the evolution of this approach already taking place on three fronts, namely: Technology, Legislation and Education.

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Arizona Cell Phone Law 2021 Goes into Effect - What You Need to Know https://prn.to/2XvPdSv

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