The following websites provide resources, statistics and additional strategies to prevent distracted driving:
Distraction.gov is part of the US Department of Transportation’s effort to prevent distracted driving and the harm it causes. Learn more about what the Administration and Secretary Ray LaHood are doing to make our roads safer by preventing distracted driving.
NHTSA encourages safe driving practices for everyone. On their website, you can find the latest research and most up to date laws on traffic safety.
The FCC is working with industry, safety organizations, and other government agencies, to inform and educate the public about the dangers of distracted driving and is seeking to identify and facilitate the development of innovative technologies that could reduce the incidence of distracted driving.
OSHA recognizes that many workers spend time driving as a requirement of their jobs. OSHA has relevant information for both employers and workers about preventing distracted driving on the job.
NTSB collects information concerning highway safety. You can find the most recent statistics concerning highway safety here.
This section of the New York Times is devoted to all aspects of distracted driving. Learn about the issue and how it has changed over the past number of years. Play their game and gauge your reaction time!