Distracted Driving Campaign Compared to Early Radio Warnings

Posted on July 16, 2012

The Department of Transportation has been working overtime to spread the word about the dangers of distracted driving.  But a columnist for AOL questions the necessity of this move, and points to past efforts to prove his point.  He talks about a crusade 80 years ago to get radios banned for the very same reason:  because they were distracting.  That never happened (obviously), but the difference, he claims, is that regulators at that time didn’t have a website or other media to easily disseminate information.

Click here to learn more about this alternative take on distracted driving.

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