Cellphones and driving

Drive now, talk later.

Using a cellphone while driving — whether hands-free or handheld — is dangerous. Break the habit. Schedule calls for times when you’re not driving. Tell people not to call you when you’re at the wheel. If a ringing phone is too tempting, mute it or put it in the glove box before you turn the key.

Consider using call blocking technology when driving. Or just turn off the phone.

Not being distracted by a cellphone allows you to concentrate on driving.

And that’s smart safety.

For additional information or guidance, contact your safety office