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Driving While “Intexticated” Is The Hottest New Trend

Driving While “Intexticated” Is The Hottest New Trend

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Remland Insurance owners Gary & Rhonda Remland attended last night Angel’s Baseball game at Angel Stadium here in Orange County. While walking through the parking lot they came across this funny, yet very true bumper sticker on the back of a vehicle and of course had to snap a photo! As funny as this sticker is…it also holds a very serious message.

Driving has become incredibly dangerous since the invention of texting on cell phones and statistics seem to show that American drivers really don’t consider how serious it is to take their eyes off the wheel for even a split second. Accidents caused by cell phone use are 100% preventable,and should not be happening on a daily basis…yet they do.

Driving while “Intexticated” is quickly becoming the most dangerous activity to do while operating a vehicle and many organizations are taking a stand against this activity to create awareness of the danger!

Take some time to read up on the facts, and be sure to keep your phone put away while driving to help reduce the temptation of using it while behind the wheel. If your car has a Bluetooth feature, we highly recommend using it while making phone calls. Do you drive “Intexticated?”

Your California Auto Insurance rate depends on your good driving record. Don’t fall victim to a preventable accident while on the road!Call Remland Insurance today to obtain a quote for auto insurance or visit our Virtual Insurance Office online


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