2020 Distraction-Free Life Calendars Are Here!

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In our Drivers-In-Making program last August, elementary aged students were asked to draw a picture to describe the dangers of distracted driving. The results were pretty remarkable.


So, we've compiled the drawings into the 2020 calendar and included anniversaries of loved ones lost to distracted driving as a daily reminder to drive distraction free. All proceeds from the calendars will go towards our education programs for kids of all ages.


Gift your loved ones this meaningful calendar for the holidays. Order your calendars today!

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Distracted Driving News

Distracted Driving Kills: Has a Track Record

July 17, 2019

Written by: VIJAY B. DIXIT, CHAIRMAN Do you agree with the above title? I do. Distracted Driving has been killing for a real-long time, though under different names. Also, impact of that tragedy does not ever fade away, it remains permanently etched in the memories of those left behind. To make my point I must tell you a story. Something terrible happened to a young boy named Jeff, many years ago. A group of kids started to drink, got into a…

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The New Hands-free Law Needs a New Village

July 2, 2019

Vijay b. Dixit, Chairman Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation August 1, 2019 is the day when the new Hands-free Law goes into effect. Getting the Hands-free legislation passed only paved the way for a distraction-free driving future. Now we must make it work. Laws succeed only if they get support from an intelligently designed execution plan by the government. This week’s launch of the public education campaign about the law by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety is laudable. It…

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Hands-free law to go into effect Aug. 1

June 25, 2019

In just over a month, the new hands-free cellphone law will go into effect. Drivers will no longer be allowed to hold cellphones while the car is in motion. The Shreya R. Dixit Foundation is dedicated to making drivers aware of the new regulations, for their own safety. Here is an easy summary of what’s allowed, according to the Minnesota Office of Traffic Safety: “They will be able to use their phones to make calls, text, listen to music or…

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Hands-free is not Distraction-free

June 7, 2019
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August 1, 2019 is the date when the new Hands-free Law goes live. That is great news. But I would personally like to add an informal footnote alert. Let us not assume that just because one uses a hands-free/Bluetooth enabled phone, one does not have to worry about distracted driving. Let us be clear. Hands-free is not Distraction-free. It is true that the new law addresses one of the major sources of distracted driving, i.e. using a handheld phone while…

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Speak Up About Distracted Driving: Why asking your friends to put down their phones is the best way to fight distracted driving

May 21, 2019

We are working on changing the culture around distracted driving. Even though distracted driving is killing thousands in the U.S. every year, drivers continue to do it. And you’ve likely been in the car with someone who was distracted. Did you ask them to put the phone down? To save the sandwich for home? Or offer to find the perfect radio station so they can focus on driving? Imagine if you’re in the car on your phone and your friend…

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Today is GivingTuesday! GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world on December 3, 2019 and every day.

If you would like to support our efforts in educating young drivers and building distraction-free driver communities, we have a few ways in which you can help.

1. We are currently selling our 2020 Distraction-Free For Life Calendars. They're a great gift for friends, family, coworkers, or a gift for yourself! Check out the story of these calendars and purchase yours here: https://shreyadixit.org/

2. Spread the word about the dangers of distracted driving. We know that setting a good example for friends, kids, coworkers, and family goes a long way with changing our behaviors in the car. You can make a difference in your loved ones lives and support our cause by driving distraction-free!
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Khori & Sirohi govt school renovation project in the loving memory of my niece Shreya Dixit inaugurated yesterday.#EducationForAll #girleducation @vijaybdixit @ShreyaMemorial @cmohry @dipakdashTOI @manishanataraj @fbdactiongroup @yashpalmurar @sehgalfdn @KPGBJP @desaisantosh

We all drive at different paces, especially when the weather is challenging. The person in front of you may be a new driver, an expecting mother, an elderly person or a driver who has recently been in a crash. Increase your following distance and your patience. #MnWx

Proposed bill would create new distracted driving law in Idaho - https://goo.gl/alerts/vzzcB

Distracted driving: Most states aren't cracking down on deadly practice - https://goo.gl/alerts/VYMt4 #GoogleAlerts

RT end_dd: Vijay Dixit, who lost his daughter in a #crash that involved a #distracted driver, is spearheading a 2020 wall calendar that features anti-distracted driving sketches by kids who know the risks (even though they are many years away from drivin… http://ow.ly/hZnw50xk4TA

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