December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month

The Air Force Didn't Prepare Me For This.

Not everyone can look at their life and pinpoint a date that their life took a 180-degree turn. Especially at age 25, but I can. August 26, 2015.

A beautiful summer day, I was a passenger riding passenger in a car with the windows down, listening to Justin Timberlake, looking out of the window and admiring the view. I shifted my view forward and in the distance, there was a little red car. In an instant that little red car became my worst nightmare. At 3:49 in the afternoon that little red car glided into our lane and hit us head on going 70 mph.

Stepanie's Story

We Save Lives Announces the #BUTNOTWHILEDRIVING Movement

Crashes caused by distracted driving kill nine people every day.

And the problem is growing. Deaths caused by distracted drivers climbed by 9% in 2015 alone.

Why? Because too many drivers still see distractions as socially acceptable.

A recent survey found 98% of drivers think distracted driving is dangerous, but 66% still admit to doing it.

In fact, one of every four drivers admits to reading emails while driving – and almost all reply to emails while driving.

That is why people are urging their friends and family, with every email they send – the choice to drive distracted is as deadly and shameful as drunk driving!

Help us spread the message by saying with every email #BUTNOTWHILEDRIVING!

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To support and promote solution driven policies and programs that save lives by changing dangerous driving choices through viral awareness, education, advocacy and ongoing partnerships.