by Robert Oriti
Imagine one day you’re driving home from work when you see someone swerving in between lanes. Concerned, you pull alongside of them at the next stoplight. You look over and see them with their phone in their hands texting.
Drivers who text while on the road are 23 times more likely to get in to an accident. What’s more astonishing is that 98% of drivers on the road said that sending a text while driving is a bad idea and 49% of those surveyed admitted to texting while driving. At KellyMitchell, we always want to respond to our clients and consultants right away, however, no text is worth a life.
KellyMitchell Group is taking the pledge to not text and drive because we believe that it can wait. Support our efforts to stop texting and driving by pledging not to text and drive.