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Defensive driving courses teach drivers of all ages how to drive safely to avoid accidents. One of the most predominate problems a defensive driving course tries to eliminate is distracted driving. Over the last few years, I am sure the majority of us would agree that cell phones have become one of the biggest distractions for all drivers. We all know of the potential and dangerous out come, yet we continue to use these unsafe driving habits.
In this episode of Vehicle Vibes Radio, host Marcia Hansen will speak to Cooper Munroe and Emily McKhann from Mom Sends the MSG about what they’re doing to stop distracted driving. Since the Distracted Driving Summit in October, the two have been working hard to bring mothers together in a grassroots campaign to keep drivers safe on the road. Moms have the power to make a major difference in the distracted driving problem, so tune-in and learn about what you can do to potentially help save a li
High Schools are one of the main focuses of Weinstein Law's Distracted Driving Awareness program. We are pleased to have as this week's radio show guest, Ms. Cindy Eubanks, librarian of Chapel Hill ISD. Ms. Eubanks works with Chapel Hill's high school students, advising them of the dangers of using cell phones while driving and of the perils of drinking and driving. Approximately 1.6 million traffic accidents happen on roads across the U.S. because people are talking on cell
In May 2008, Jacy Good and her parents were driving home after her graduation from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA. It was a route they had driven countless times during Jacy's four years there. On this day, however, the Good family was in an accident caused by a distracted driver that resulted in a head on collision with a tractor trailer. Jacy's mother and father, Jean and Jay Good, were killed in the accident. Jacy was in critical condition, spending four months in the hospital. The accid
Did you know that traffic fatalities are the leading cause of death among Americans under 33 years old? In 2008, almost 6000 people lost their lives in an accident caused by distracted driving. While traffic accidents may seem inevitable, there are many things you can do to keep yourself safe on the road. Tune in to this episode of Vehicle Vibes Radio to learn about Utah’s Zero Fatalities campaign to eliminate traffic fatalities, one driver at a time.
Express Yourself is an online discussion-and-debate talk show for teens - hosted by teens. Our focus is to stimulate interactive discussions between the teen panel, teen participants and experts regarding real-life issues, accomplishments and concerns facing teens from all racial and social economic backgrounds.
According to a recent survey by AT&T, almost half of commuters reported texting while driving. Some of them could be your employees ... or even you! Join this week's guests, AT&T Missouri President John Sondag, and HR specialist Belinda Waggoner, as they discuss "It Can Wait," a new public awareness campaign designed to discourage distracted driving—and why it matters to your small business. Belinda will also discuss the steps business owners can take to prevent texting and driving disasters when employees are driving on the job.
On September 22nd, 2013, Dennis White and Cherie Johnson were enjoying the pleasures of vacation. While driving through Marion County, South Carolina, and were stopped by a patrolman, and faced a most humiliating experience.
You may have read the account of their experience on CNN.com, but this incident has not been given the proper exposure in mainstream media.
Most of you may be familiar with these two talented actors. Dennis is known for his role in the film, 'Notorious', a story about the late Christopher Wallace also known as “Biggie Smalls”. And Cherie, for her roles in 'Punky Brewster', 'Family Matters', ‘The Parkers’, and guest appearances on ‘Days of Our Lives’.
Hot Topics Talk Radio is honored to have these two talented actors recount their ordeal of racial profiling and harassment. We’re going to discuss the humiliation and violation of civil liberties that African Americans face each day at the hands of law enforcement.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 9, 2013
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This is an interview you don’t want to miss… You’ll get the true accounts of Dennis White and Cherie Johnson. Not the watered-down version!
Check B4U Drive: Driving Safety for Teens with Diabetes
Since this was such a popular topic, we decided to bring it to you once again. LIVE and we want your questions! Call in with your questions (646) 478-4343, or join us in the chat room. If you happen to be super shy... just click on this link and I will share them on the show!
Letting your teen drive can bring with it anxiety - even more so when your teen has diabetes. \Driving and diabetes can be a lethal combination, unless you are prepared and know what you are doing.
Today on Conversations In Care host Tami Neumann will be speaking with the team from JD No Limits. Juvenile Diabetes No Limits Foundation was created to help kids, teens and young adults with diabetes find their way to "achieving their dreams" in life.
Early on JD No Limits realized that driving safety is a huge concern for teens and their families. This rite of passage can often cause anxiety for parents and frustration for teens. Often parents hold their teen with diabetes back from driving purely out of concern for their safety.
JD No Limits created Check B4U Drive - A One Day Mini Camp for Teens with Diabetes. This mini camp was created to help teens to understand the importance of managing diabetes and driving safely.
Join Tami as she discusses this program and other issues related to driving and diabetes with Tom Bregmann, Co-Founder of JD No Limits and Denise Hooten, mother of three teens with diabetes, all of whom race competitively in NHRA-Jr. Drag Race leagues.
Our guest is Larry Tracy, founder of a powerful program for youth called Youth4Youth (Youth4Youth.org). Larry has developed and implemented leadership and success training programs in more than 65 schools, impacting ove 90,000 youth and adults. Larry specializes in teaching teens and pre-teens how to "Plant the Seeds of Success" in themselves. A former classroom teacher and outreach coordinator for at-risk youth, and a world champion of public speaking semifinalist, Larry has had many experiences where he learned the values he teaches, including being part of the pit crew for Evel Knievel! Don't miss this fascinating discussion with Larry about Youth4Youth and the the secret of the can! For more information about the Youth 4 Youth program visit www.Youth4Youth.org. To get Larry's book, The Secret of the Can go to www.thesecretofthecan.com.
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