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The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has recently issued a press release about their participation in National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. During the month of April, the CHP, the Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and Impact Teen Drivers (ITD) in addition to other community partners and law enforcement agencies throughout the state will be raising awareness…

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has recently issued a press release warning California motorists about the dangers of drowsy driving. November 6-13, 2016 was Drowsy Driving Awareness Week. The CHP was working with the National Sleep Foundation to raise awareness about the dangers of driving while drowsy. Thanks to daylight saving time, sleep patterns are temporarily…

CHP Impacting Teen Drivers

CHP Impacting Teen Drivers The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has recently issued a press release regarding their Impact Teen Drivers (ITD) program. They’re focusing their efforts on decreasing the number of teen distracted driving fatalities across the State of California. The ITD program is aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving in…

Distracted Driving

One Call Can Change Everything Although the California Highway Patrol and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are currently publicizing their seasonal anti-drunk driving campaigns, it’s important to remember that distracted driving is still a huge threat to drivers and passengers in California and across the nation. The National Safety Council’s (NSC) “One Call Can…

Take Action Against Distraction

CHP’s Take Action Against Distraction The office of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) has recently issued a press release about their “Take Action Against Distraction” safety campaign. They’re encouraging motorists in California to change their driving habits to end distracted driving. In partnership with the California Office of Traffic Safety, they’re lunching the statewide Adult…

Distracted Driving in CA

Distracted Driving in California on The Rise The Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and the California Highway Patrol (CHP) have recently issued a press release about the findings of a new study conducted in California about distracted driving. Apparently, cell phone use while driving is on the rise. Nearly 10 percent of all observed motorists…

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