Every day 9 people losing their lives to distracted driving. Our mission is to educate, inspire and mobilize grassroots communities to adopt distraction-free driving behaviors.
Teen Outreach: Illustration that tells a story
The artist who drew this picture of a car hitting a tree is Michele Garcia Robles, a junior at Chaska High School. She leads that school's Shreya Foundation's Distraction-free Life Club. "I had family and friends who got into bad car crashes," she said. "(The program) stood out because it helped me to bring awareness to my school. We are all becoming young adults and learning how to drive." (Illustration by Michele Garcia Robles)
SHREYA'S UNFINISHED STORY
Every day, 9 people lose their lives to distracted driving in the United States. She had a bright future ahead of her, an Unfinished Story.
Thank you, Traveler's, for envisioning the Unfinished Story, a future she never lived.
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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.Read More