Think Twice:

Because your actions may not allow for a second chance.

A vehicle is a powerful thing; so is your mind.

In the last five years, 34 per cent of young drivers involved in crashes resulting in injuries or deaths were distracted.*

“Distracted driving is a serious matter and is now the second leading cause of motor vehicle fatalities on B.C. highways as well as a top factor in youth crashes,” said Attorney General and Minister of Justice Suzanne Anton. “Don’t let your memory of high school involve a tragic accident – focus on the road so that you can get to your destination safely.”

http://www.icbc.com/about-icbc/newsroom/Pages/Distracted-driving-is-top-factor-in-youth-crashes-in-BC.aspx

Use your brain.