Executive director of Dying Changes Everything, Tammy Garlock , mother of Brian Garlock who lost his life while using a cell phone while driving address the media. Behind Tammy is a car that was in a crash from distracted driving. This is not the car her son was driving. Continuing its commitment to educate the public on the dangers of distracted driving, AAA Carolinas is announcing a campaign that encourages drivers to stay off their cell phones completely while driving. AAA's latest research into cognitive distractions has shown that using a cell phone while driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving.
Executive director of Dying Changes Everything, Tammy Garlock , mother of Brian Garlock who lost his life while using a cell phone while driving address the media. Behind Tammy is a car that was in a crash from distracted driving. This is not the car her son was driving. Continuing its commitment to educate the public on the dangers of distracted driving, AAA Carolinas is announcing a campaign that encourages drivers to stay off their cell phones completely while driving. AAA's latest research into cognitive distractions has shown that using a cell phone while driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
Executive director of Dying Changes Everything, Tammy Garlock , mother of Brian Garlock who lost his life while using a cell phone while driving address the media. Behind Tammy is a car that was in a crash from distracted driving. This is not the car her son was driving. Continuing its commitment to educate the public on the dangers of distracted driving, AAA Carolinas is announcing a campaign that encourages drivers to stay off their cell phones completely while driving. AAA's latest research into cognitive distractions has shown that using a cell phone while driving can be just as dangerous as drunk driving. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

AAA Carolinas campaigns against distracted driving

June 25, 2015 12:12 AM

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