Sponsored by:Drivers are23 times more11kely to beinvolved in aShields Insurancecar accidentwhile texting938-5291AutoSHIELDS HomeW8 txt221 W. Mahoning StreetPunxsutawney, PA 15767www.shieldsinsurance.comINSURANCELifeBusinessSTOP THE TEXTS|STOP THE WRECKSDid you know 2 out of 3 teens admitto texting while driving?You are 4 times more likely to getinto an accident if you are drinkingand driving.However, you are 8 times more likelyto get into an accident if you areTEXTING while driving (DWT).The average text read or responsetakes the driver's eyes off the roadfor 4.6 seconds at highway speedswould have traveled the lengthof a football field.yTwenty-six percent of all U.S. driversadmit to texting while driving. Sixtypercent of these are between theages of 16 and 24HOW WILL YOU STOPTEXTING AND DRIVING?Anti-Texting Law FactsOut of Sight, Out of MindWhen you're in the car, put yourphone where you can't get it. A placewhere you won't even be tempted tolook for it. No phone. No texting.Pennsylvania's ant-exting law, etfective March 8, 2012, encourages motorists to puttheir full focus on driving.What the Law Does-The law prohibits as a primary offense any driver from uning an Interactive WirelessCommunication Device UWCD) to send, read or write a text-based communication whilehis or her vehicle is in motioas phone, peesonal igital assistant, smart phone,portable or mobile computer or similar devices that can be used for teating instantmessaging, emailing or browsing the Internet.Detines a text-based communication as a text message, instant message, email orother written communication composed or recehved on an WCD.Institutes a 550 fine for comvictions under this section.Makes clear that this law supersedes and preempts any local oedinances restrictingtheThe genalty is a summary offense wth a $50 frne, plus court costs and other feesSilence Is GoldenTurn those notifications off. The lessyou hear your phone, the less temptedyoull be to respond while you'redriving.The violation carries no points as a penalty and will not be recorded on the driver recondfor non-commercial drivers. It will be recorded on commercial drivers records as a nonsanction violationThe texting ban does NOT include the une of a GPS device, a system or device that isphysicaly or electronically integrated into the vehicde, or a communications device thatis affised to a emass transit vehide, bus or school bus. The law does not authorize theseizure of an IWCDDesignate a TexterBorrow thumbs from a friend. Or lendyours to a friend. Passengers get theprivilege of texting while in motion.Background, Nationwide PerspectiveIn 2010, there were 13,846 orashes in Pennsylvania where distracted driving played arole.There were 1,091 crashes statewide where at least one driver used a handheld phonewith 11 people loung their lives in those crashesToday there are few individuals withhout an IWCD (cell phone). Numerous studiesindicate that bexting drivers typically have their eyes diverted from the road longerthan any ether distraction Banning deivers from using any WCD fer text-basedattention is gne tack ef d te venkde will help to ensure that their fullAccording to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nationwide, 35states, the District of Columbla, and Guam ban text messaging for all drivers Nine.states, the District of Columbia, and the Viegin lulands prohibit all drivers from usinghandheld cell phones while driving Sponsored by: Drivers are 23 times more 11kely to be involved in a Shields Insurance car accident while texting 938-5291 Auto SHIELDS Home W8 txt 221 W. Mahoning Street Punxsutawney, PA 15767 www.shieldsinsurance.com INSURANCE Life Business STOP THE TEXTS | STOP THE WRECKS Did you know 2 out of 3 teens admit to texting while driving? You are 4 times more likely to get into an accident if you are drinking and driving. However, you are 8 times more likely to get into an accident if you are TEXTING while driving (DWT). The average text read or response takes the driver's eyes off the road for 4.6 seconds at highway speeds would have traveled the length of a football field. y Twenty-six percent of all U.S. drivers admit to texting while driving. Sixty percent of these are between the ages of 16 and 24 HOW WILL YOU STOP TEXTING AND DRIVING? Anti-Texting Law Facts Out of Sight, Out of Mind When you're in the car, put your phone where you can't get it. A place where you won't even be tempted to look for it. No phone. No texting. Pennsylvania's ant-exting law, etfective March 8, 2012, encourages motorists to put their full focus on driving. What the Law Does -The law prohibits as a primary offense any driver from uning an Interactive Wireless Communication Device UWCD) to send, read or write a text-based communication while his or her vehicle is in motioas phone, peesonal igital assistant, smart phone, portable or mobile computer or similar devices that can be used for teating instant messaging, emailing or browsing the Internet .Detines a text-based communication as a text message, instant message, email or other written communication composed or recehved on an WCD. Institutes a 550 fine for comvictions under this section. Makes clear that this law supersedes and preempts any local oedinances restricting the The genalty is a summary offense wth a $50 frne, plus court costs and other fees Silence Is Golden Turn those notifications off. The less you hear your phone, the less tempted youll be to respond while you're driving. The violation carries no points as a penalty and will not be recorded on the driver recond for non-commercial drivers. It will be recorded on commercial drivers records as a non sanction violation The texting ban does NOT include the une of a GPS device, a system or device that is physicaly or electronically integrated into the vehicde, or a communications device that is affised to a emass transit vehide, bus or school bus. The law does not authorize the seizure of an IWCD Designate a Texter Borrow thumbs from a friend. Or lend yours to a friend. Passengers get the privilege of texting while in motion. Background, Nationwide Perspective In 2010, there were 13,846 orashes in Pennsylvania where distracted driving played a role. There were 1,091 crashes statewide where at least one driver used a handheld phone with 11 people loung their lives in those crashes Today there are few individuals withhout an IWCD (cell phone). Numerous studies indicate that bexting drivers typically have their eyes diverted from the road longer than any ether distraction Banning deivers from using any WCD fer text-based attention is gne tack ef d te venkde will help to ensure that their full According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nationwide, 35 states, the District of Columbla, and Guam ban text messaging for all drivers Nine. states, the District of Columbia, and the Viegin lulands prohibit all drivers from using handheld cell phones while driving

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Sponsored by: Drivers are 23 times more 11kely to be involved in a Shields Insurance car accident while texting 938-5291 Auto SHIELDS Home W8 txt 221 W. Mahoning Street Punxsutawney, PA 15767 www.shieldsinsurance.com INSURANCE Life Business STOP THE TEXTS | STOP THE WRECKS Did you know 2 out of 3 teens admit to texting while driving? You are 4 times more likely to get into an accident if you are drinking and driving. However, you are 8 times more likely to get into an accident if you are TEXTING while driving (DWT). The average text read or response takes the driver's eyes off the road for 4.6 seconds at highway speeds would have traveled the length of a football field. y Twenty-six percent of all U.S. drivers admit to texting while driving. Sixty percent of these are between the ages of 16 and 24 HOW WILL YOU STOP TEXTING AND DRIVING? Anti-Texting Law Facts Out of Sight, Out of Mind When you're in the car, put your phone where you can't get it. A place where you won't even be tempted to look for it. No phone. No texting. Pennsylvania's ant-exting law, etfective March 8, 2012, encourages motorists to put their full focus on driving. What the Law Does -The law prohibits as a primary offense any driver from uning an Interactive Wireless Communication Device UWCD) to send, read or write a text-based communication while his or her vehicle is in motioas phone, peesonal igital assistant, smart phone, portable or mobile computer or similar devices that can be used for teating instant messaging, emailing or browsing the Internet .Detines a text-based communication as a text message, instant message, email or other written communication composed or recehved on an WCD. Institutes a 550 fine for comvictions under this section. Makes clear that this law supersedes and preempts any local oedinances restricting the The genalty is a summary offense wth a $50 frne, plus court costs and other fees Silence Is Golden Turn those notifications off. The less you hear your phone, the less tempted youll be to respond while you're driving. The violation carries no points as a penalty and will not be recorded on the driver recond for non-commercial drivers. It will be recorded on commercial drivers records as a non sanction violation The texting ban does NOT include the une of a GPS device, a system or device that is physicaly or electronically integrated into the vehicde, or a communications device that is affised to a emass transit vehide, bus or school bus. The law does not authorize the seizure of an IWCD Designate a Texter Borrow thumbs from a friend. Or lend yours to a friend. Passengers get the privilege of texting while in motion. Background, Nationwide Perspective In 2010, there were 13,846 orashes in Pennsylvania where distracted driving played a role. There were 1,091 crashes statewide where at least one driver used a handheld phone with 11 people loung their lives in those crashes Today there are few individuals withhout an IWCD (cell phone). Numerous studies indicate that bexting drivers typically have their eyes diverted from the road longer than any ether distraction Banning deivers from using any WCD fer text-based attention is gne tack ef d te venkde will help to ensure that their full According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nationwide, 35 states, the District of Columbla, and Guam ban text messaging for all drivers Nine. states, the District of Columbia, and the Viegin lulands prohibit all drivers from using handheld cell phones while driving Sponsored by: Drivers are 23 times more 11kely to be involved in a Shields Insurance car accident while texting 938-5291 Auto SHIELDS Home W8 txt 221 W. Mahoning Street Punxsutawney, PA 15767 www.shieldsinsurance.com INSURANCE Life Business STOP THE TEXTS | STOP THE WRECKS Did you know 2 out of 3 teens admit to texting while driving? You are 4 times more likely to get into an accident if you are drinking and driving. However, you are 8 times more likely to get into an accident if you are TEXTING while driving (DWT). The average text read or response takes the driver's eyes off the road for 4.6 seconds at highway speeds would have traveled the length of a football field. y Twenty-six percent of all U.S. drivers admit to texting while driving. Sixty percent of these are between the ages of 16 and 24 HOW WILL YOU STOP TEXTING AND DRIVING? Anti-Texting Law Facts Out of Sight, Out of Mind When you're in the car, put your phone where you can't get it. A place where you won't even be tempted to look for it. No phone. No texting. Pennsylvania's ant-exting law, etfective March 8, 2012, encourages motorists to put their full focus on driving. What the Law Does -The law prohibits as a primary offense any driver from uning an Interactive Wireless Communication Device UWCD) to send, read or write a text-based communication while his or her vehicle is in motioas phone, peesonal igital assistant, smart phone, portable or mobile computer or similar devices that can be used for teating instant messaging, emailing or browsing the Internet .Detines a text-based communication as a text message, instant message, email or other written communication composed or recehved on an WCD. Institutes a 550 fine for comvictions under this section. Makes clear that this law supersedes and preempts any local oedinances restricting the The genalty is a summary offense wth a $50 frne, plus court costs and other fees Silence Is Golden Turn those notifications off. The less you hear your phone, the less tempted youll be to respond while you're driving. The violation carries no points as a penalty and will not be recorded on the driver recond for non-commercial drivers. It will be recorded on commercial drivers records as a non sanction violation The texting ban does NOT include the une of a GPS device, a system or device that is physicaly or electronically integrated into the vehicde, or a communications device that is affised to a emass transit vehide, bus or school bus. The law does not authorize the seizure of an IWCD Designate a Texter Borrow thumbs from a friend. Or lend yours to a friend. Passengers get the privilege of texting while in motion. Background, Nationwide Perspective In 2010, there were 13,846 orashes in Pennsylvania where distracted driving played a role. There were 1,091 crashes statewide where at least one driver used a handheld phone with 11 people loung their lives in those crashes Today there are few individuals withhout an IWCD (cell phone). Numerous studies indicate that bexting drivers typically have their eyes diverted from the road longer than any ether distraction Banning deivers from using any WCD fer text-based attention is gne tack ef d te venkde will help to ensure that their full According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nationwide, 35 states, the District of Columbla, and Guam ban text messaging for all drivers Nine. states, the District of Columbia, and the Viegin lulands prohibit all drivers from using handheld cell phones while driving

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