Category Archives: Culture of Distraction

FleetWatch Systems Partners With LifeSaver to Launch Its Newest Fleet Safety Program to Target Distracted Driving

SAN JOSE, Calif. & VANCOUVER, British Columbia, March 12, 2018 (Newswire.com) – ​​FleetWatch Systems and LifeSaver today announced a new initiative to combat distracted driving among commercial drivers who, with disproportionately long hours on the road and high mileages, are … Continue reading

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Good2Go Auto Insurance, Inc.® Partners with LifeSaver to Fight Distracted Driving

ATLANTA and SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Joe DeLago, CEO of Good2Go Auto Insurance, Inc., announced it has partnered with LifeSaver to fight distracted driving. “Distracted driving continues to be a threat to our public safety. Thousands … Continue reading

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How To Minimize Teen Distracted Driving

How To Minimize Teen Distracted Driving Today’s teenager has grown up with a constant connection to friends and the world via mobile technology. Teens ready to drive today have likely had a phone for years before getting licensed. So, it … Continue reading

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“A Solution to the Epidemic of Distracted Driving”

Several years ago, Ted Chen W’87, L’91 and his buddy Mike Demele both had sons approaching driving age. The Silicon Valley dads had been contemplating a side project in app development, when they had a eureka moment: to create an … Continue reading

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Why LifeSaver is the Perfect Fleet Safety Solution

Attending the NSC Expo a few weeks back proved to be a huge success for LifeSaver. Meeting companies from all around the world helped us realize how interested companies are in keeping their employees safe. We were more than excited … Continue reading

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Buzz Free Driving Night, 8/5/16

Back in August, our team at LifeSaver had the opportunity to help spread awareness about the dangers of distracted driving at the San Jose Earthquakes home game. Distracted driving includes, talking on your cell phone, texting, and looking at apps. … Continue reading

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Texting and Driving: The Distraction Isn’t Worth It

Nowadays, almost everyone has some sort of mobile gadget or device in their hands at some point throughout the day. Such devices have certainly increased in popularity over the years, and as a result of this increased usage, more accidents … Continue reading

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LifeSaver Answers the Question “Are you driving?”

We’ve all received that “Where are you?” text or phone call while out on the road. Who are the biggest culprits of this? I’m going to guess most of us would say a mother, father, wife, husband, or any close … Continue reading

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Distracted Driving: The Auto Insurance Industry’s $30 Billion Elephant in the Room

Research shows that one in four car crashes is caused by phone-related distracted driving. However, a recent LifeSaver study reveals this figure to be a vast understatement. Specifically, more than 60% of agents responded that half or more of all … Continue reading

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98.5% Drives are Safe with LifeSaver

Today an alarming one in four reported car accidents involves a distracted driver using a cell phone. [1] Additionally, a disproportionate percentage of young people are involved in fatal crashes due to distracted driving. Specifically ages 15-39 fall into the … Continue reading

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