An anti-texting and driving campaign is being enacted in Kentucky with the help of a former college football coach at Louisville. The coach will be featured in a public service announcement that attempts to fill people in on the dangers posed by texting behind the wheel. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is putting forth the effort, which also promotes an app called Free Safe Text. Similar to other anti-texting apps, the technology, once activated, will post an automated response to persons who text you while you’re driving. The messages can then be reviewed by the driver once he or she brings the vehicle to a stop.
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