Tag Archives: dangers of distracted driving

Final High School Visit of 2017

Thank you, Ballston Spa for being such wonderful hosts this past week. During our day two program we were able to speak with hundreds of students about the dangers of distracted driving- while giving away some fun promo items! A favorite was our ‘don’t drive distracted’ shirts.  tees.jpg Learn more about our distracted driving program, -->

Managing Partner, Andrew Finkelstein Discusses Distracted Driving with CBS6-WRGB

If you were watching CBS6-WRGB last Thursday you may have seen Andrew Finkelstein, Finkelstein & Partner’s managing partner talking about the three main types of distraction. If you missed it click here to watch now. For more information about distracted driving click here.

What Today’s Graduates Know That We Didn’t

Today’s graduates live in a world with more opportunities and dangers than we could have ever imagined, but, with change comes possibility. Parents and teens, take a moment to consider what we knew then and what we know now, and ask yourself, ‘why shouldn’t this generation have a safer future than ever before?’.   The -->

Congratulations Graduates of 2016, Tips on Safe Celebrating

This past weekend, and in the weeks to come high school seniors from New York and all across the United States will be celebrating the first of many lifetime achievements: high school graduation.  This exciting time is also a dangerous time for teens. According to the National Safety Council, the 100 days between Memorial Day -->

An Important Reminder, the Faces of Distracted Driving

If you haven’t visited distraction.gov lately, you should. The site is loaded with information about the dangers of distracted driving. If you have a teen driver, a spouse, or a friend is drives and texts we encourage you to share this page with them “The faces of distracted driving.” Here you’ll find the heart wrenching -->

An Introduction to Distraction, You May Be Surprised to Find You Are Actually a Distracted Driver

Let’s assume you’re one of the many drivers on the road who loathe the sight of a distracted driver, i.e. that guy in the truck drifting in and out of lanes while texting, or the mom in the minivan with one eye on the road and one on her phone, or teenage driver cruising along -->