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    DOT's 'blueprint' for ending distracted driving

    June 20, 2012

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    Download the plan PDFThe Department of Transportation in June 2012 released its strategy (.pdf file) for ending distracted driving.

    The plan calls for:

    • Rallying remaining states without distracted driving laws to issue and enforce new legislation
    • Reducing distraction of vehicle electronics
    • Developing new driving education materials that discuss distracted driving
    • Encouraging collaborative relationships among advocacy groups

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