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In British Columbia on average 88 people die each year due to distractions. This makes it the second leading cause of car crashes.
"Texting or chatting on your cell phone while driving creates a much greater crash risk," said" Todd Stone, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure. "In fact, you're four times more likely to crash if you're using your phone while driving. We are asking drivers to leave their phones alone and stay focused on the road. A text or a call is not worth risking your life over."
When you text and drive you are not only putting yourself at risk but all other drivers, passengers and pedestrians.
Think twice before picking up your phone -- which is more important your life or the text message???