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Texting While Driving – Know the Law

Texting While Driving - Know the Law Cell phone use while driving is against Wisconsin law for any driver with a probationary license or instruction permit, except in instances of reporting an emergency. The law applies to all cell phones: handheld and hands-free. In...

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Ways to Recognize a Distracted Driver

Ways to Recognize a Distracted Driver How to Spot a Distracted Driver    Sometimes it’s difficult to see what is going on inside another car.  However, there can be obvious signs which may indicate that a driver is distracted.  Here are some outward signs which may...

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Distracted Driving

How to Spot a Distracted Driver    While you can’t always see what is happening inside another car, these outward signs may indicate a  distracted driver: Frequently accelerating and decelerating A distracted driver who isn't paying close attention to their speed may...

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Distracted Driving Awareness Saves Lives

ingDistracted Driving Awareness Saves Lives 81% More than ever new technology in vehicles is causing more distractions behind the wheel. A recent survey indicated that 53% of drivers believe in putting hands-free technology in vehicles, they must be safe. But in fact,...

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