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According to data in Kentucky during 2014, there were more than 53,500 collisions where driver distraction was noted as a factor.  These crashes resulted in more than14,000 injuries and 170 fatalities.  These numbers account for 42% of the total crashes and 25% of the total fatal crashes occuring on Kentucky's roadways last year.

Tips for Managing Distractions
• Keep 100% of your attention on driving

• Practice defensive driving  − be aware of others around you and expect the unexpected.
• Don’t use a cell phone or any other electronic
device while driving.  Pull over to talk or text.
• Pull over to if you must talk or to eat. It takes
only a few minutes.
• Give yourself time to react. Keep a two second cushion between you and the car in front of you.

• Don’t speed − it gives you less time to react.

• Always wear your seat belt and drive sober! 

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