As part of my effort to continue to to educate motorists about the dangers of distracted driving and to urge us all to drive focused, not distracted, I agreed to offer my opinions to a news report on distracted driving.  This Memorial Day weekend, we will all be traveling to visit family and friends.  We may have a lot on our minds concerning our personal lives and work.  We may feel we need to multi-task while we drive in order to be able to relax and have fun once we get to our destination.  What many of us don’t realize is that it only takes one second of distracted driving to cause a horrific car crash or truck crash.  Such a crash may not only impact our lives, but also the lives of our family members and others who are forced to live with the consequences of our poor decision.  Don’t be selfish.  Don’t drive distracted.loc