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?

    • 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,

    • 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!


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

    • 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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