According to a study released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 80 percent of automobile accidents and 65 percent of near-accidents involve at least some form of driver distraction within three seconds of the crash or near-miss. Of which, most common driver’s distraction is using cell phone while driving. The University of Lahore plead to put away your cell phones before you drive. Because, texting while driving is too dangerous and it do not worth your life.
Chapter one-Free for all ad. I really enjoyed this new approach, of lego to target the parent instead of the child. It justifies the expensive prices for the toys as they stimulate the brain and are learning tools instead of just toys.
Nice advert by the Vermont Department of Health, warning pregnant women about the effects that smoking can have on their babies and encouraging them to quit. Really hate selfish women who continue to smoke and drink, or worse, during pregnancy.