Where you at? What are you wearing tonight? What time are you showing up? What are you doing now? All good questions, but are they important questions? Are they matters of life and death? They could be.
A text takes your eyes off the road for an average of 5 seconds. That means you are driving hundreds of feet blind. That sounds pretty risky to me. Is whatever you want to text really worth that risk? Is it so important that you need to know now?
Where you at? It can wait. What are you wearing tonight? It can wait. What time are you showing up? It can wait. What are you doing now? It can wait. Responding to texts can wait. Being a safe driver won't.
People who text while driving are 23 times more likely to be in a car accident. Take the pledge "AT&T It Can Wait" to not text and drive. Talk to your friends and family about the dangers of texting while driving and spread the word.
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