Help the police stop distracted drivers – Audio

 

Photo credit: Thomas Dwyer - Creative Commons, Flickr

Photo credit: Thomas Dwyer – Creative Commons, Flickr

Reading by: Patty Bossort

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7 thoughts on “Help the police stop distracted drivers – Audio

  1. Regarding your story about distracted driving.
    If I use a camera on my cell phone to take a picture of a distracted driver does that also make me a distracted driver and will I be cited for submitting it?
    Thanks

    • You should only take pictures if you are a passenger or a pedestrian. Never take pictures while you are driving.

  2. Hi,
    I enjoy listening to your audio stories. However, the two recent stories :”Survivor stories” and “Help the police stop distracted drivers” have been linked in a different way, and I have a problem with connecting to them. Could you please let me know if you have changed anything, and what is needed now to be able to still listen to your audio-articles.
    Thank you,
    Bozena

    • Hi, Bozena,

      The audios should work fine now. Please let us know if you’re still having difficulties. Thank you!

      • Hi Ana-Maria,

        Thank you for your quick help.
        The audios are fine now. Good job!

        Cheers,
        Bozena

  3. Can you tell me where the road sign ‘watch for distracted drivers’ was photographed?
    Thanks

    • Hi, Jennifer! The photo is a Creative Commons file made by a Flickr user, as the caption states. From what I understand, it’s photoshopped, not a real sign. Good work though, right? I initially thought it was real, too.

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