Overcome Distracted Driving With the NJ State Library

Overcome Distracted Driving With the NJ State Library

When it comes time to hit the road, safety is the name of the game. From the first mile to the final stretch, assuring the well-being of yourself and others on the road is the most important aspect of getting behind the wheel. With our phones, devices, and other distractions now at our fingertips 24/7, now more than ever, it is paramount that we remain engaged and alert when cruising the open road. April is Distracted Driving Awareness month, and if you’re interested in safely cruising into this spring, you won’t want to miss the New Jersey State Library’s latest upcoming webinar.

On Tuesday, April 12th, the New Jersey State Library invites you to their next upcoming webinar, “Distracted Driving: Tips for Road Safety”. This conversation, which will be held virtually on Zoom, will take place from 12pm to 1pm. Your host for the afternoon will be Noelle Santos, a Public Education Coordinator for the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey. There is no cost in order to sign onto the webinar, but advanced registration is required. In order to secure your spot, please RSVP on Zoom, linked here: Register – NJSL. By the conclusion of this informative afternoon, you’ll be safely driving in style with all the latest and greatest in safe driving tips.

Distracted driving is a phenomena which costs the lives of countess Americans each year. In fact, the data suggests that approximately 3,000 people die each year due to accidents caused by distracted drivers. Noelle Santos will be on site to teach drivers how to navigate free of distractions and demonstrate how everyone can share the road safety. She will also discuss strategies for drivers to prevent crashes and to understand pedestrian safety. Ms. Santos currently serves as a Public Education Coordinator for the Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey with a focus on transportation safety. She recently graduated from Rutgers University last May with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health and a minor in Sociology. Prior to her current work, Noelle interned for the Trauma and Injury Prevention Department at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital

For more information on this and other upcoming events at the New Jersey State Library, please visit their website, linked here: NJSL – Home. You can also contact the New Jersey State Library at (609) 278-2640 if you have any questions or would like any assistance getting signed up for the upcoming webinar. Safer roads begin with us, so if you’re ready to be at your best behind the wheel, be sure to enroll for this thought-provoking conversation today.

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