Having a designated driver after a few drinks is always the safe play, but what about texting?
You’ve heard of a designated driver when you and your friends will be out drinking. Well, have you ever thought of having a designated texter with you when you’re driving in your car? You won’t be distracted if you assign a passenger the job of reading and responding to your texts on your behalf. “The vast majority of car accidents can be attributed to negligence or reckless driving, including distracted driving, on the part of one of the drivers. At Reed & Reed, our car accident attorneys help people recover compensation for their car accident injuries, including compensation for their medical bills and lost wages under their no-fault insurance policy and pain and suffering damages for serious injuries where applicable.” says personal injury attorney Ryan Reed of Reed and Reed. So designate a texter and have a friend answer your texts while you’re driving. This way you can keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel. Arrive alive. Don’t text and drive. For more legal information visit Needreed.com. It’s like having a lawyer in the family.