• What NSC is Doing to Put an End to Cell Phone Distracted Driving

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  • Taking a Stand

    ​NSC was the first national organization to call for a total ban on all cell phone use while driving, back in 2009, after reviewing more than 50 research reports. Learn more

  • Working with employers on cell phone policies

    Cell phone policies that ban all driver cell phone use, including handheld and hands-free, and cover all employees make a difference. Just as employers took the lead in promoting safety belt use before laws were passed, employers are again taking the lead by enacting best practice cell phone policies. Learn more

  • Promoting Distracted Driving Awareness Month

    Each April, the Council hosts a Distracted Driving Awareness Month observance to highlight this issue on a national scale. Make plans now to participate and check back soon for the 2015 information and links to free resources. Learn more

  • Advocate for stronger laws

    Laws plus visible enforcement are effective at reducing crashes. Stay up-to-date on pending legislation to help make a difference.

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  • Stories behind the statistics

    ​We lead a network of victim advocates who bravely put a face behind the statistics to help prevent future tragedy from occurring.

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  • Stay Up to Date on Distracted Driving

    Our Focus on the Drive e-newsletter keeps you updated on new research, educational materials, state laws, impact stories and more.

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