Justin Bieber Releases Two New Videos Warning Teens About Texting While Driving

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As we previously reported, Justin Bieber has teamed up with PhoneGuard to help prevent texting and driving, and now the 17-year-old superstar has released two brand-new promos about the cause.

"I get it. It's tempting to text and drive, but maybe it's time to take responsibility for our actions," Justin says in the beginning of his individual clip. He says that our lives are more important than a text, but knows that some people can't resist picking up their phone behind the wheel, which is where Phoneguard comes in.
The software company is the maker of Drive Safe, a mobile app that disables texting and email functions when users are in a car moving faster than 10 miles per hour. The app is available for free for Blackberrys and Android smartphones at PhoneGuard.com.

Justin also stars in another video featuring the Brown family, who have had special place in the 17-year-old's heart ever since meeting them on 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.' The PhoneGuard campaign will help to raise funds for charities like the Alex Brown Foundation, an organization named after the Brown's daughter, who tragically lost her life to texting while driving. Watch both videos below and download your free PhoneGuard app here.



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